SPECIFICATIONS

 RID PATTERN DESIGN. Good driving Fuel saving Comfortable ride and low noise  WIDE GROOVES WITH MULTIPLE SIPES AND STONE REJECTION PLATFORM Good heat dissipation Avoid stones capture  LARGE TREAD AND SEAMLESS SHOULDERS Reduce irregular wear Improve durability and lifetime

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Tyre size PR Load index Speed symbol Type tyre Type tyre Overall diameter Max load Single/Dual Pressure inflation De.Rim Width Tread Depth
(mm) (inch) (mm) (inch) (Kg) (Lbs) (kPa) (PSI) (inch) (inch)
10.00R20 18 149/146 L TT 278 10.94 1054 41.49 3250/3000 7165/6614 930 135 7.50 0.63
11.00R20 18 152/149 L TT 293 11.53 1085 42.71 3550/3250 7825/7165 930 135 8.00 0.63
11R22.5 16 146/143 M TL 279 10.98 1054 41.49 3000/2725 6614/6008 830 120 8.25 0.63
11R22.5 18 148/145 M TL 279 10.98 1054 41.49 3150/2900 6945/6395 850 123 8.25 0.63
295/75R22.5 16 146/143 M TL 298 11.73 1014 39.92 3000/2725 6614/6008 850 123 9.00 0.59
295/75R22.5 18 149/146 M TL 298 11.73 1014 39.92 3250/3000 7165/6614 850 123 9.00 0.59

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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RECOMMENDATIONS

THE RIGHT PRODUCT

  • Choose the correct tire size according to your vehicle tire design (rim size, rim width, ply rating, maximum speed, load index, etc.)
  • Choose the appropriate pattern design for your route and purpose

THE RIGHT USAGE

  • Inflate according to the recommended pressure to increase your tire’s useable lifespan (Influence of pressure on tire life)
  • Take a suitable inflation pressure with your actual load to reduce tire damage while operating the vehicle

THE RIGHT STORAGE

  • Avoid premature aging and degradation. Rubber products should be stored away from sunlight and ozone sources
  • Tires should be stored vertically on their treads to avoid case distortion
  • Tubes and flaps should be stored in original packaging to avoid premature aging and degradation