Double Coin Launches New FT125+ Super Wide Trailer Tire


Double Coin and CMA, a leading tire manufacturer and marketer is pleased to introduce the new FT125+ super wide trailer-position truck tire.

The FT125+ 445/50R22.5 20ply super wide tire contains groove bottom protection that resists stone penetration and durable casing design — providing resistance to punctures.

“We have worked closely with an engineering group on developing the FT125+ super wide tire. After successfully completing road tests in the United States and Canada, we are thrilled to finally introduce it to the market. The tire is made using Double Coin’s superior compound, which will maximize performance by providing outstanding durability, and optimal fuel and weight savings. This tire is expected to perform well in a tanker truck trailer application,” said Tim Phillips, VP of Marketing & Operations for Double Coin/CMA.

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Double Coin Tires are supplied by CMA, LLC, which is based in Monrovia, California and is a subsidiary of Shanghai Huayi Group Corporation Ltd. Double Coin products include truck and bus radial and radial off-the-road tires that enjoy OEM fitments at major North American transportation and construction equipment manufacturers. In addition, Double Coin Tires are tested at some of the most progressive transportation fleets in North America. Many of the Double Coin Tires sold in the US are SmartWay® Verified to support the sustainability goals of the tire and transportation industry. See our products at

CMA, LLC manufactures and markets flag, associate and private brand products from Double Coin Holdings, Ltd., and from several other manufacturers. Flag and associate brands distributed by CMA include: Double Coin, Warrior, Dynatrail, Dynacargo, Dynastar, Duraturn, Tianli and Bluestar. In addition, CMA supports several large tire marketing organizations with private and exclusive brand consumer and commercial tires. CMA, LLC serves the US, Canadian, Mexican and Central American markets.