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Falken releases 2010 Product Data Book

Posted on December 31, 2009

Falken Tire Corp. is offering its 2010 Product Data Book that covers its range of tires "from the track-inspired and enthusiast-targeted Azenis series to the maximum performance and luxury sport FK452," the company says.

"Future product development includes the expansion into rugged all-terrain, winter performance and premium touring categories," adds Falken.

Tires featured in the book include the FK452 high performance tire, Ziex ZE912 all-season performance touring tire, Sincera Touring SN211 touring performance tire, Ziex ZE-502 value-minded all-season performance tire, the Eurowinter HS439 for winter driving, the Ziex S/TZ01 all-season sport light truck and SUV tire and more.

For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.falkentire.com.

Related Topics: Falken, light truck tires, performance tires, Winter tire

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