Hercules adds 3 sizes to Tour 4.0 Plus line

Posted on August 7, 2011
The Hercules Tour 4.0 Plus has eye-catching good looks.

The Hercules Tour 4.0 Plus has eye-catching good looks.

Hercules Tire & Rubber Co. has added sizes to its Tour 4.0 Plus and Terra Trac A/T lines. They are "in inventory and available for order," says the company.

Tour 4.0 Plus

"Phase II" of the all-season Tour 4.0 Plus size line is under way, with the following size additions in inventory. Vehicle types for each size are included.

* 235/75R15 T -- early passenger models;

* 215/65R16 T -- Honda CRV, Dodge/Chrysler minivan models, Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Avenger, Ford Mustang, Hyundai Tucson, Ford Windstar;

* 195/60R15 H -- Hyundai Elantra, Chevy Cobalt, Ford Focus, Nissan Sentra, Honda Civic, Pontiac G5.

There will be many additional fitments released in the coming months, adds Hercules.

The Tour 4.0 Plus was introduced at the 2010 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (see "SEMA Show, Day Four: Hercules rolls out Tour 4.0 Plus").

Terra Trac A/T

Hercules gears sizes for its Terra Trac A/T line based on popular light truck and SUV fitments. The company recently added the following size to the lineup:

* LT245/70R17 E -- Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500.

For product information, visit

Related Topics: 2010 SEMA Show, all-season tires, Hercules Terra Trac, light truck tires

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