With a dizzying array of letters, numbers, markings and ratings, purchasing new construction or mining tires can be a challenge. But there are definite benefits to learning the terminologies as tire styles can differ greatly, and so can their intended uses. Familiarizing yourself with the tire codes and acronyms to make an informed decision will ultimately lead to increased productivity and longevity of your tires. Learn more in our Tire Codes 101 white paper.
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