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Ceat Will Feature Ag Radial Tires at Farm Progress Show

Posted on August 21, 2018
The Ceat Farmax R85 Ag radial is available for rim sizes 20 inches to 46 inches.
The Ceat Farmax R85 Ag radial is available for rim sizes 20 inches to 46 inches.

Ceat Specialty Tires Ltd. will display its ag radial tires for the first time at the 2018 Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa, Aug. 28-30.

The company is inviting growers attending the nation’s largest outdoor farm event to Booth #807 to see and learn about the Ceat Ag radial tire lineup.

“We have tremendous respect for North American farmers and look forward to meeting many of these hard-working folks at the Farm Progress Show,” says Vijay Gambhire, managing director of Ceat Specialty Tyres Ltd. “We’ll be talking to farmers to understand how to serve them better.”

The Ceat Farmax R85 Ag radial will be one of the products on display. Available for rim sizes 20 inches to 46 inches, it is designed to provide exceptional CTR: low compaction, high traction and high roadability.

Due to its flexible sidewalls, superior construction, wider tread face and higher inner tire volume, the Ceat Farmax R85 helps reduce soil compaction and carries more load at lower pressure. The company says dual lug angle design with more lug overlap gives the Ceat Farmax R85 high traction and better roadability.

Also on display will be new product launches in 65 series, 70 series, row crop and flotation tires, as well as the Ceat range of bias tires.

All Ceat Ag radials sold in North America are backed by a “best in class” 7-year warranty. “We have a high-quality product manufactured at one of the world’s most advanced ag radial factories. This warranty will help give U.S. farmers and ranchers the confidence to give Ceat quality a try,” Gambhire says.

In addition, CEAT Ag radials are warranted for field hazard and stubble damage.

About Ceat

Ceat was established in 1924 in Turin, Italy. The brand came to India in 1958, and later became part of the RPG Group. Today, Ceat tires are sold in more than 115 countries worldwide.

In the specialty segment, Ceat manufactures farm, mining and earthmover, industrial, and construction equipment tires, as well as special application off road tires. For more information, visit www.ceatspecialty.com/US.

Related Topics: Ceat Specialty Tires Ltd., Farm Progress Show, farm tires

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