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CYPRESS, CA – Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. introduces the new Toyo M153 regional and urban heavy-duty steer tire ideal for refuse operations. Featuring an extra deep, regroovable 26/32" tread, the M153 is optimized for extremely high-scrub applications such as that found on sanitation trucks.
State-of-the-art design and compounding delivers superior wear performance and excellent durability with a 10,000 lb. load-carrying capacity. One of many features is a unique buttress protector designed to reduce cutting and curb damage to the sidewall. Toyo’s e-balance™ technology provides optimum wear performance, making the M153 an essential part of the equipment for operators.
A competitive acquisition point makes the M153 an excellent refuse tire and a leading value alternative tire for all tough operations.
“The new Toyo M153 is an ideal steer tire for trucks subjected to heavy duty use,” said Lowell Slimp, senior product manager, commercial truck tires, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. “Its combination of design elements along with an extra deep tread, allows it to handle the punishment normally associated with refuse operations.”
Toyo Tires will be attending the Mid America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY March 26 – 28. Be sure to stop by booth # 32895 to check out all of the new commercial tires products from Toyo Tires.
To learn more about the new M153 and the full line of medium truck tires, go to the dedicated commercial tire website at https://toyotires.com/tbr/overview.
About Toyo Tires®
Established in 1966, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. represents the innovation, quality, performance, and excellent service that Toyo Tires has delivered worldwide for nearly 70 years.
The company offers a complete selection of premium replacement tires for nearly every make and model including light trucks, SUVs, high performance cars and luxury vehicles as well as commercial trucks. Consumer product lines include the popular Open Country® tires for light trucks and SUVs; Proxes® ultra-high performance tires; Versado® tires for luxury passenger cars; and the value line of Extensa® passenger car tires. Many of the tires are built in the United States at their state-of-the-art factory in Bartow County, Georgia.