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TBC Brands launches new medium radial truck tires

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

TBC Brands has launched a new medium radial truck tire brand, Prinx Tires.

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Exclusively distributed by National Tire Wholesale (NTW) in North America, the Prinx medium radial truck lineup is available in seven application types, TBC says:

  • The AR602, a regional steer all position tire line, is suitable for long wear and excellent grip.
  • The TH107, a multi-axle decoupling groove trailer tire line, for users looking for line-haul or regional use.
  • The line developed to meet the demands of line-haul and regional trucks, the DH106, was produced with a closed shoulder design for high-speed performance and even wear.
  • The open shoulder drive tire line, the DR601, is suitable for regional applications where additional traction is needed.
  • AM210 is a mixed service all-position tire line designed for on- and off-road usage with its cut and chip-resistant compound while the AM211’s wide base is suitable for challenging on- and off-road mixed service conditions and all wheel positions.
  • For dump trucks, logging trucks or concrete mixing trucks, the DM212 tire line offers maximum traction on- and off-highway.

Prinx medium radial truck tires feature a five-year warranty for workmanship and materials that includes a no-charge replacement within the first 2/32nd or twelve months from date of purchase, whichever comes first, due to a defect in design, workmanship or material. A five-year radial casing warranty is also provided featuring a retread warranty for up to two retreads and a casing allowance.

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