Commercial Tires

Maxam Introduces MS503 in 6 Sizes

Posted on July 15, 2019
Maxam says the new MS503 radial OTR program provides the industry with the best solution for severe applications requiring high traction.
Maxam says the new MS503 radial OTR program provides the industry with the best solution for severe applications requiring high traction.

The new MS503 from Maxam Tire North America Inc. is designed to excel in severe off-the-road tire applications requiring high traction.

Specifically designed to maximize service life in harsh conditions, the MS503 was developed with a reinforced shoulder, sidewall and bead construction to produce the most durable tire possible.

Maxam says the ultra-cut resistant tread compound and all steel radial tire construction maximizes protection from physical damage and extends the tire life.

The extra-deep, non-directional L5T traction pattern allows the MS503 to provide lasting performance and optimized control in all conditions. Incorporating an open lug pattern with variable void geometry, the MS503 has excellent self-cleaning properties to retain traction in all conditions, according to the company.

The staggered tread provides continuous ground contact while providing improved ride comfort for operators. The Maxam MS503 is currently available in six sizes:

  • 17.5R25
  • 20.5R25
  • 23.5R25
  • 26.5R25
  • 29.5R25
  • 35/65R33

For additional information, visit www.maxamtirena.com.

Related Topics: commercial, commercial tires, off-the-road tires, OTR tires

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