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Yokohama Tire Corp. Off-the-Road Tires

December 12th, 2008


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Yokohama Tire Corp.’s off-the-road (OTR) tires include: RT41 Specially designed for articulated dump trucks. The tread pattern design with non-directional block pattern provides both abrasion resistance and excellent traction on soft, rocky and gravel surfaces. Now available in 29.5R25 and 23.5R25 sizes. RB31 The tread pattern design with non-directional block pattern provides both abrasion resistance and excellent traction on soft surfaces. Two new sizes now available: 26.5R25 and 29.5R25. Y67 For hauling over rock, coal and long-strewn terrain. Tough tread resists cuts and snags. Less heat build-up enables smooth running over longer distances than the deep tread types. Specially designed for dump trucks and scrapers. RT21 For use on motor graders. The tread pattern with non-directional block pattern provides good traction and flotation on soft, muddy surfaces as well as better self-cleaning. RL31 Specially designed for wheel loaders and dozers. The rock flush pattern and shoulder protector provides excellent cut resistance for the tread and sidewall.







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