General Tire Earthmoving Expands with Light Construction Lineup

 

 

General Tire is expanding its line of earthmoving tires with the introduction of 15 new items for graders, skid steer loaders and backhoes. These new application-specific tires are designed to provide a long life and high performance in rough operating environments.

The expansion into light construction applications complements the existing General Tire earthmoving line with tires suitable for articulated dump trucks (ADTs), rigid dump trucks (RDTs) and scrapers, which launched in February 2020. The comprehensive range is built for customers looking for durability and great value, combined with the reputation of a well-known and trusted brand.

With the addition of light construction tires, General Tire provides a strong solution for all earthmoving applications. All tires are currently available in the U.S. and Canadian markets in varying sizes.

  • General TE11 and TE11 A:┬áRugged tire designed for grading and loading operations.
  • General Skid Steer SD: A multi-purpose design for standard to light duty skid steer operations.
  • General Skid Steer HD: A heavy duty tire with a deep staggered tread bar design for excellent traction and grip.
  • General Skid Steer XHD: With multiple arrow shaped tread lugs and superior traction, it is ideal for extra heavy-duty applications and varying surface conditions.
  • General Backhoe HD: An all around backhoe rear tire suitable for varying surface conditions.
  • General Backhoe XHD: A heavy-duty backhoe front tire built for challenging construction tasks.

General Tire has over 100 years of experience and expertise in the development and production of tires made specifically for off-the-road applications. The world-renowned brand stands as a trusted partner, while providing a great price-performance ratio for their tires.

Source: Continental Tires, Commercial Specialty Tires, General Tire

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