Bridgestone expands tire line

By |  March 7, 2019
The Firestone VersaBuilt AT 14.00R24 tire is designed primarily for loaders and graders. Photo courtesy of Bridgestone Americas.

The Firestone VersaBuilt AT 14.00R24 tire is designed primarily for loaders and graders. Photo courtesy of Bridgestone Americas.

Bridgestone Americas expanded its Firestone VersaBuilt All Traction (AT) radial tire line.

The Firestone VersaBuilt AT 14.00R24 tire, designed primarily for loaders and graders, is engineered to provide improved traction, versatility and performance in a variety of environments, the company says.

“The addition of the 14.00R24 tire rounds out the existing Firestone VersaBuilt All Traction offering and complements the total portfolio of radial off-the-road products with the durability you expect from the Firestone brand,” says Tim Netzel, director of marketing for off-the-road, Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations.

All tire sizes feature an all-steel casing and a SideArmor sidewall that deflects debris to protect against cuts and punctures. The self-cleaning tread pattern allows for more traction in soft and muddy surfaces, the company adds.

The Firestone VersaBuilt AT line is designed to improve traction and increase tire life. Additional features include a non-directional pattern to promote even wear over time; a compound for long wear life and cut-resistance; and an open-shoulder design to provide additional traction.

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