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Yokohama Publishes OTR Tire Guide

Posted on April 11, 2018

Yokohama Tire Corp. has created an 82-page off-the-road (OTR) Sales and Reference Guide with key OTR tire and maintenance guidelines, as well as information on Yokohama’s line of OTR products.

The 82-page guide is available in print and online.

"The new Sales and Reference Guide is designed to help dealers and customers get the most out of whatever Yokohama OTR tire they need in terms of performance, longevity and fuel efficiency,” says Bruce Besancon, vice president of OTR sales for Yokohama. “The guide includes detailed information on construction, selection, use, maintenance and the various applications for our many OTR products.”

Dealers can get a copy of the print edition from their Yokohama sales representative. The online version is available at https://www.yokohamaotr.com/otr/resources.

For more information on Yokohama, visit www.yokohamatire.com.

Related Topics: Bruce Besancon, OTR tires, Yokohama

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