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TBC Brands Introduces Two New Tire Lines In The All-Terrain Segment

TBC Brands has expanded its exclusive Core Brand program with the addition of the Delta Trailcutter AT4S and Eldorado Sport Fury AT4S.

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TBC Brands, one of the largest distributors of private brand tires in North America, has expanded its exclusive Core Brand program with the addition of the Delta Trailcutter AT4S and Eldorado Sport Fury AT4S. These two new all-terrain lines meet the industry’s severe snow service requirements of both the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) and the Rubber Association of Canada (RAC) to carry three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol.

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These tires provide drivers of SUVs, CUVs and light trucks optimum traction in all terrain conditions making it the perfect choice to tackle the elements. The tread of these two lines features zigzag grooves, a continuous center block and extra deep, varying angle sipes to provide exceptional handling while maintaining a comfortable ride. These all-season, superior traction tires are available in 40 metric and LT sizes with rims ranging from 15” to 20”. 

“The new flagship linesare designed to meet the demands of the all-terrain market, offering end users exceptional traction and handling both on and off the road with improved grip on ice and in rain and mud,” said Jon Vance, senior VP of product marketing for TBC Corporation. “The product benefits further enhance this exclusive product offering for our dealers at a profit maximizing price.”

The Delta Trailcutter AT4S and Eldorado Sport Fury AT4S feature an outstanding warranty protection package including:

  • 55,000 mile/89,000 kilometer limited treadwear warranty
  • Free defect replacement for 50% of usable tread life

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