Suppliers

Atturo Expands Lineup to Include ST Trailer Tire

Posted on March 7, 2018

The Atturo ST200 tire from Atturo Tire Corp. is ST-rated for trailers and designed for heavy loads carried at a higher center of gravity.

The Atturo ST200 tire is rated for speeds up to 75 mph.
The Atturo ST200 tire is rated for speeds up to 75 mph.
The tire is made with a variety of ply ratings and high-load index applications for utility, recreational and work trailers. The ST200 features four channels to help with wet traction and a solid center rib for tracking the tow vehicle on the highway. The interlocking shoulder and inner tread blocks improve traction while also providing a quiet ride. The tire is rated for up to 75 mph.

Atturo says adding the ST200 comes amid steady growth in the trailer segment, as more consumers purchase recreational equipment such as boats, campers and motorcycles. Trailers also remain a steady tool of construction, landscaping and other commercial businesses. The company sees the ST200 as a natural complement to consumers who are already purchasing Atturo tires for their light trucks and SUVs.

The ST200 is available now from select regional distributors and the company's U.S. warehouses.

For more information, go to www.atturo.com.

Related Topics: Atturo, Atturo ST200, trailer tires

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
News Dayton Truck Tire Prices Are Going Up

The price of Dayton brand truck and bus radial (TBR) tires sold in the U.S. and Canada is going up.  

News ZC Rubber Hosted 250 Tire Dealers in the Philippines

Zhongce Rubber Group Co. Ltd. (ZC Rubber) hosted more than 250 tire dealers during its 2018 dealer conference 2018 in the Philippines.

The Weather Channel reported from the Black's Tire store in the northern part of Lumberton, N.C. This screen capture shows the extent of the flooding triggered by Hurricane Florence, which made landfall about 70 miles away in Wilmington on Sept. 14.
News Black’s Tire Is Recovering Quickly After Hurricane Florence

The recovery from Hurricane Florence continues at Black’s Tire Service Inc. after almost one-third of the company’s operations were affected by the storm. Seven stores suffered a direct hit.

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from MTD delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the tire industry and don't miss a thing!