A Focus on Truck Engines & Tires

Bridgestone

NASHVILLE, TENN.

M860 Radial Tire

  • Designed for on- or off-highway use
  • Features four steel belts, 2-ply nylon and one steel chafer
  • All-steel casing
  • Uses computer-designed blocks and notches to bite into soft surfaces

Bobcat

WEST FARGO, N.D.

Solid Tires

  • Made with an enhanced rubber mining compound
  • Designed to last three times longer than foam-filled pneumatic tires
  • Available in four styles: Twin Flex, Smooth Flex, Smooth Solid and Conventional Solid.

Cummins Westport

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

ISL G Natural Gas Engine

  • 8.9 litre, six-cylinder engine
  • Runs on compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas or biomethane
  • Designed to produce 30 percent more torque while idling
  • Exhaust aftertreatment is designed to be maintenance free

Detroit Diesel

REDFORD, MICH.

DD13 Engine

  • Designed to be a smaller version of Detroit Diesel's DD15 engine
  • Displaces 12.8 liters
  • Features a six-cylinder, in-line configuration
  • Available in 350 to 450 hp and 1,350 to 1,650 lb.-ft.

Goodyear

AKRON, OHIO

G289 WHA Tire

  • Maximum speed rating of 68 miles per hour
  • 10,200 lb. load capacity
  • 24/32-inch tread depth

Navistar

WARRENVILLE, ILL.

MaxxForce Big Bore Diesel Engines

  • Designed specifically for International Class 8 trucks
  • A B-50 life of 1.2 million miles
  • Feature a compacted graphite iron cylinder block that is designed to provide increased fatigue resistance

SETCO

IDABEL, OKLA.

Solid Rim Tires

  • Made with 100 percent natural rubber
  • Air holes absorb shock
  • Available with smooth tread or with lugs for increased traction

Toyo

CYPRESS, CALIF.

M320Z Tire

  • Designed for on- or off-highway use
  • Features large tread blocks and three wide zigzag grooves that are designed to improve traction
  • Contains cap base thread compound that is designed to prevent the concentration of stress in a single area
  • Available in conventional and Super Single sizes

T.Y. Cushion Tire

ONTARIO, CALIF.

Solid Cushioning Tires

  • Aperture Structure design allows tires to weigh 50 percent less than most industrial tires, according to manufacturer
  • Designed to prevent heat buildup
  • Built with a rubber compound that was formulated to increase tire life
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