For years, recommendations for truck tire maintenance centered around inflation checks
Selecting the best truck tires, or more specifically, matching tires to expected service conditions, has traditionally been accomplished by following a few simple guidelines.
There is no good time for loose truck wheels; never was,don’t expect there will be.
Having the ability to interchange used and retreaded tires of the same size on different axles is a luxury most tire managers have enjoyed for decades
Not many years ago, most industry veterans would have characterized our industry as conservative, resistant to change and in some cases, downright stubborn to accept new ideas.
While watching some old open-wheel racing films recently, I was struck by several things.
There is considerable pressure within many trucking firms to examine all significant expenses with an eye to cost reduction.
Well thought-out and properly executed tire programs have many benefits.
Every two years, the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) publishes a report titled “Scrap Tire Markets in the United States”
Putting a new face on used steel truck wheels and rims has never been easy.