Tire construction plays a critical role in optimizing attributes like wear, rolling resistance, load distribution, traction and durability. It also varies significantly depending on the intended application. Some tires, like those in urban settings, require rugged rubber compunds, which emphasizes durability over fuel economy, especially well-suited for challenging urban delivery settings. Meanwhile, tires in an […]
Talk to trucking professionals who’ve ridden on Double Coin’s RLB400 closed shoulder drive tire and you hear such superlatives as “great wear,” “dependable traction” and “sturdy casing” for retreading.
The number of rotary drilling rigs exploring oil and natural gas and developing wells in North America is steadily increasing.
Brrr! The 2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac comes with a winter warning: Prepare for a “Season of Shivers.” This winter will be punctuated by below-average temperatures across most of the United States.
We received this question recently on our Facebook page from an owner operator: My rig spends a good deal of time on the road, yet also slogs through the mud and on crushed stone going to construction sites? What is the best compromise in terms of such variables as tread pattern and compound?
Accuweather’s team of long-range forecasters released its annual predictions for the upcoming winter season this week. Some regions, such as the Northeast, will see somewhat of a break in the snow, but folks across the Great Lakes and Midwest will want to brace for some bitter spells of wintry weather. Wet and snowy conditions are […]
We are pleased to announce the addition of new tire sizes for the Double Coin RLB452 open shoulder drive-position tire and Double Coin RR202 5-rib highway service tire.
Paul Sandretto of Wyoming stopped by our booth last week at the CONEXPO conference to tell us how much he likes the Double Coin RLB400 closed shoulder drive tire.
Greg Fisher at Ken’s Tire, a big believer in Double Coin tires for years, received interesting test results recently on the RLB400 drive tire versus the General D460.
There’s no question about the general purpose of drive tires – they’re engineered specifically for the drive axle position to transform torque into traction.
Double Coin tires deliver exceptional value for a wide variety of commercial applications, including trucking, construction, mining, ports and agriculture. Our goal is to provide valuable information for those working in these industries.
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CMA/Double Coin to Make Turbo’s TBR Tires
CMA/Double Coin to Make Turbo's TBR Tires
A new partnership between Turbo Wholesale Tires LLC and CMA LLC/Double Coin will see Double Coin manufacture a ful…
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Customer Testimonial: Fountain Tire talks to Prairie North Construction … via @YouTube
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