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Cosmo Tires Warranties are Enhanced

Tire Group International LLC reports Cosmo Tires has enhanced its existing road hazard program by adding a mileage warranty to its passenger and light truck lineup. It also is offering a retread and casing warranty on all its truck and bus tires. Together, these programs comprise the new “Cosmo Tires Warranty Suite.”

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Continental Brings New Naming System to Some Tires

Continental Tire the Americas LLC is renaming some of its commercial tires in a way that the company says is designed to help tire dealers and fleets pinpoint a tire's application and usage at a glance.  

The Bandag BDM3 is available in widths 210 through 280 millimeters.
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Bandag BDM3 Is a Resilient Option for Refuse Trucks

Bridgestone Americas Inc. has updated the tread compound for its Bandag retread product for refuse applications. The Bandag BDM3 is designed to last longer and provide better traction and cut and chip resistance than the previous model, the BDM2.

A professional driver took the Jeep LJ rock crawling in southwest Utah in order to put the retreads through the extreme.
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Marangoni Takes Retreading to the 'Extreme'

Marangoni Tread North America has produced the first in a series of videos to promote retreading worldwide. The videos are part of a new marketing campaign designed to combat the misconceptions of retreading by going to the “extreme.”

The retail business may be the foundation, but Point S Battle Mountain Tire and Auto Service wants to expand its commercial footprint. That means hauling tires to its customers’ locations or work sites is a regular task.
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From Miner to Tire Dealer

Walt Holland comes from a family of miners and spent 30 years working in Nevada's gold, silver and copper mines. But he couldn't fight the urge to be his own boss, so in 2016 he became a tire dealer.

Urban and regional operations take the highest toll on tires. These fleets need high-scrup compounds help resist curb damage.
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New vs. Retreaded Trailer Tires: Helping Fleets Make the Right Choice

Do you need to put new tires on a trailer? As it turns out, a lot of fleets do buy new tires for trailers, and for very good reasons. But there are probably an equal number content to cycle their older drive and steer tire casings back to a trailer position to let the trailer finish them off.

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