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BATO adds to Duravis LT tire line

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Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations (BATO) has extended its Bridgestone Duravis heavy-duty light truck commercial tire line with the introduction of the Duravis M895.

The tire features steel reinforced sidewalls for all-season and on/off road capabilities. The Duravis line was developed to deliver long mileage, extended use and reliable performance for fleets as well as personal and commercial light truck users. 

Like the Duravis R250, the design features of the Duravis M895 include a reinforced steel casing for long life and retreadability, and other enhanced technologies for optimum performance.  The closed shoulder of the Duravis M895 contributes to improved wear and the tire’s stone rejecter design offers enhanced casing durability. 

 A dual sidewall protector helps resist cuts and scrapes while its heavy-duty construction helps protect the tire in the most challenging applications and environments.

The Duravis M895 is available in four 16-inch load range E sizes and accommodates a wide range of vehicle fitments and is applicable in steer and drive positions.

“Since we introduced this product to the marketplace, the Duravis tire line has earned a reputation for durability, endurance and strength, and has delivered all of that to our customers,” says Phil Pacsi, vice president, consumer tire marketing. “The Duravis M895 continues to reflect the capabilities people have come to expect from the Duravis family, while also providing the versatility of all-season capability and retreadability.”

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