Trimax Unveils Haida HD877, Adds Sizes

Nov. 6, 2023

Trimax Tire has launched the Haida HD877, which is now available in eight popular sizes. And Trimax has added new sizes to its Haida HD869.

The new Haida HD877 features a strong, rigid tread pattern that provides a robust grounding area "with sturdy performance to resist impact from the road," according to Trimax officials.

The X/T tire's tread also features longitudinal and crosswise pattern grooves for optimal traction on mud, snow and gravel-covered surfaces. In addition, the tire boasts high impact resistance in its shoulder and a rigid sidewall for enhanced cut and tear resistance, plus other features.

The Haida HD877's size overall range extends from LT235/70R16 up through 33x12.50R20LT.

Up to 30

The Haida HD869, a mud-terrain high performance off-road tire, is now available in two new 28-inch sizes - 37x14.50R28LT and 40x15.5028LT - and a new 26-inch size.

The product also is now available in two 30-inch sizes: 42X13.50R30LT and 42x16.50R30LT.

The HaidaD869's entire range spans more than 30 sizes.

"30-inch LT tires are a niche," says Chris Tolbert, director of sales, Trimax. "But when everyone isn't doing it, that's an opportunity for us."

Both the Haida HD869 and Haida HD877 are on display inside Trimax's SEMA Show booth (No. 42195) at the Las Vegas (Nev.) Convention Center.

Open in Canada

Trimax's parent company, Maxon International Co. Ltd., has opened a new office in Toronto, Ontario.

Kyle Wang, Maxon International's director of sales, will run the office.

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Mike Manges is Modern Tire Dealer’s editor. A 25-year tire industry veteran, he is a three-time International Automotive Media Association award winner and holds a Gold Award from the Association of Automotive Publication Editors. Mike has traveled the world in pursuit of stories that will help independent tire dealers move their businesses forward. Before rejoining MTD in September 2019, he held corporate communications positions at two Fortune 500 companies and served as MTD’s senior editor from 2000 to 2010.

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