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New size in Trelleborg TM3000 line

Posted on May 12, 2014
Trelleborg’s TM3000 line is now available in three sizes: IF800/65R32, IF800/70R32 and IF800/70R38TL.

Trelleborg’s TM3000 line is now available in three sizes: IF800/65R32, IF800/70R32 and IF800/70R38TL.

Trelleborg Wheel Systems Americas Inc. has announced that size IF800/70R38TL CFO 184A8 has been introduced to its TM3000 line.

Trelleborg says the line is specifically designed for Cyclic Field Operations (CFO) and is the answer to the requirements of the latest generation of harvesters and combine machines.

A new tread pattern, along with an advanced casing design, maximizes the load capacity of the tire at low inflation pressure, preserving the soil and the environment.

“The TM3000 line has been designed according to Trelleborg’s BlueTire Technology to ensure low soil compaction, high load index and improved resistance to stable damage and impacts,” said Emiliana Vesco, product manager Agricultural Tires at Trelleborg Wheel Systems.

“The TM3000 is the right choice to maximize harvesting productivity.”

With this new release, Trelleborg’s TM3000 line is now available in three sizes: IF800/65R32, IF800/70R32 and IF800/70R38TL. More sizes will be added in the future.

For more information visit www.trelleborg.com/wheelsystems_us

For more news on the TM3000 see:

Trelleborg to have giant presence at Agritechnica

New Trelleborg farm tire coming to North America

Related Topics: Emiliana Vesco, Farm tires, Trelleborg TM3000, Trelleborg Wheel Systems Americas Inc.

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