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Mitsubishi Fuso Partners with Yokohama to Offer Medium-Duty Truck Tires

January 08, 2014

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has announced a new partnership program with Yokohama Tire, one of FUSO’s OE tire brands. Through the program, authorized Mitsubishi Fuso dealers will be able to purchase and offer for sale Yokohama tires for FUSO and other brand medium-duty work trucks.

Yokohama Tire offers tire sizes and tread patterns to fit the full range of Mitsubishi Fuso Canter FE and FG Series commercial trucks, as well as older model FE, FG, FK, and FM medium-duty cabover work trucks, according to MFTA. Tire models available through this program include all-position ribbed tires, drive-axle traction tires with mud/snow ratings, and high-load/low-profile tires, as well as premium models designed specifically for long tread wear and extended casing life.

“Our partnership with Yokohama Tire means our dealers can offer very competitive pricing on high-performing commercial truck tires for all of our truck models. We are pleased to be able to add another way for our customers to enjoy lower cost-of-ownership with their FUSO work trucks,” said Todd Bloom, MFTA president and CEO.

FUSO dealers have warranty details, as well as pricing and delivery information.

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  1. 1. Mikle Jaksone [ July 02, 2016 @ 02:14AM ]

    Smartway certified eco friendly all position or steer tire for long haul "Optimum tread design guarantees even wear in trailer axle positions" Rib stone rejectors preserve casing integrity

  2. 2. dumptires1 [ October 21, 2016 @ 01:52AM ]

    Replacing your truck tires is one of the regular expenses to be expected when operating a commercial truck. Irregular wear, however, can force you to replace truck tires early and waste money. You should be aware of the most frequent causes of irregular tread wear and tire failure while driving and maintaining your rig. That way, you can do everything within your power to keep wear to a minimum and safely go for longer without replacing your tires. @ www.huntertires.com

  3. 3. dumptires1 [ October 21, 2016 @ 01:52AM ]

    Replacing your truck tires is one of the regular expenses to be expected when operating a commercial truck. Irregular wear, however, can force you to replace truck tires early and waste money. You should be aware of the most frequent causes of irregular tread wear and tire failure while driving and maintaining your rig. That way, you can do everything within your power to keep wear to a minimum and safely go for longer without replacing your tires. @ www.huntertires.com

 

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