New Firestone FS561 All Position Radial Steer Tire

Bridgestone Commercial Solutions (BCS) has introduced the Firestone FS561, all-position radial tire steer tire. BCS says the FS561 is an on-highway, all-position radial tire recommended for steering applications in regional and pickup and delivery use. The FS561 features are designed to reduce susceptibility to stone retention and drilling, common occurrences in high-scrub applications.
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“The new FS561 is built for demanding environments, with features such as a tough tread cap compound and solid shoulder ribs that help resist maneuvering scrub leading to increased tread life,” says Matt Loos, director of truck and bus marketing.

BCS says additional features include:
* rugged casing with sidewall protector ribs for resistance to cuts, snags and abrasions from curbing and impacts;
* stone rejectors in center grooves to reduce susceptibility to stone retention and drilling, protecting the belts and enhancing casing durability; and
* innovative sidewall design reduces tire weight to improve fuel economy without sacrificing durability.

The Firestone FS561 295/75R22.5 and 11R22.5 is available in the U.S. and Canada, with more sizes available later this year.

Your Next Tire has all your tire needs weather you need tires for your minivan, backhoe, dump truck, lawn mower, atv, semi truck or Lincoln Navigator.
We have several warehouses full of tires and ship all over the USA daily. Give us a call at 1-888-513-8473 and check out our website http://www.yournexttire.com

Source MTD


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