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Goodyear expands RH-4A+ line

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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has announced a new size, 40.00R57, to the Goodyear RH-4A+ tyre lineup. With the initial launch last autumn, the RH-4A+ is engineered to deliver a lower operating cost per hour and higher productivity in hard rock underfoot conditions.

The Goodyear RH-4A+, 40.00R57 tyre provides the following benefits and features:

  • Increased hours to removal with its high net-to-gross tread pattern and extra-deep E-4+ tread depth.
  • Cool operating temperatures from the tread’s centerline blading, shoulder lug pockets, and shoulder lug side notches.

“The 40.00R57 has become Goodyear’s dominant fitment on 200-t trucks, such as the Caterpillar 789. With a higher TKPH and load carrying capacity, the new Goodyear RH-4A+ tyre size is a great option for customers who have converted their 789 fleets to this larger tire.” said Eric Matson, Global OTR Field Engineering Manager.

The Goodyear RH-4A+ is now available in sizes 40.00R57, 59/80R63, 46/90R57 and 27.00R49 through Goodyear’s global network of authorised OTR dealers. It is available in customised casing constructions and is made with Goodyear’s proprietary tread compounds.

The Goodyear RH-4A+ is part of Goodyear’s Total Mobility platform of trusted products, reliable services and tire management solutions – all delivered by a global network.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/product-news/03082021/goodyear-expands-rh-4a-line/

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