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The spring time is the perfect time to do a thorough check of your truck, after a long, hard winter.
The de-icing products on the roads can cause corrosion and damage to the truck body, wiring and frame.
There are many parts of the truck that need a thorough inspection, to avoid costly on the road repairs.
Here’s a few tips to a good spring maintenance routine for your truck.
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Hankook experienced an exciting IAA Commercial Vehicles 2016 show in Hanover! Hear what Hankook management and Hankook truck and bus experts had to say about the world’s most important fair in the CV segment. The film presents Hankook Tire’s press conference, its latest truck and bus tyre highlights, as well as the current OE cooperations with renowned truck, bus and trailer manufacturers.
To reduce the chances of experiencing a blowout on your trailer, you need the right equipment for the loads you carry. Here is some information to help understand some of the reasons it’s advantageous to upgrade from 16″ trailer tires to commercial 19.5s.
Dan the Tire Man has been in all aspects of the tire industry for over 33 years. And when you’re ready to buy, Dan offers a No Credit Check financing program where he ships tires, wheels and accessories nationwide to your door for only $49 out of pocket followed by low payments for up to one year. Pay it off in 90 days and save a lot of money. You can apply directly on our website at and receive an instant approval. Your credit will NOT be checked. Bad credit or no credit is okay. Also perfect for those of you trying to buy a house and needing credit to buy tires but you don’t want to get an inquiry ding on your credit report which would lower your FICO score.
Dan the Tire Man will show you how to measure your truck, Jeep or SUV to figure out what is the largest size tires you can put on it without a lift kit, leveling kit or sawzall. Whether you’re looking for an all terrain or mud tire, Dan can show you how to get the right size so that you don’t rub. Of course this isn’t an exact science since the vehicle manufacturers want you to keep the original equipment (OE) size on there. But grab a tape measure and sit back while Dan explains how to go up in tire size.
Dan will also give you a list of the most popular trucks and SUVs on the market and what the largest size tires you can fit on them.
(Disclaimer: If you change the OE tire size, you do so at your own risk. This is just a guide of what is most likely to fit based on our experience and that of others in the tire industry. But suspension sag and other factors may make these sizes irrelevant.)
Dan will also discuss a really cool little gadget called a Superchip. This is an electronic device that will help keep your speedometer on track when you size up. It will also help your engine perform much better, too. And can adjust for any gear ratio changes you’ve made.
Dan also discusses a very helpful tool called a tire size calculator offered by Tacoma World.
Again, learn all about our financing program by going to or call (207) 446-9470 to hear more about how the program works.
We hope you enjoyed our video about how to put larger tires on your vehicle. Have fun and be safe!
Continental LifeCycle™ – The tire that protects the environment.
The Continental LifeCycle™ is a retreaded solid rubber tire
based on selected casings which have been subjected to
exhaustive, standardized quality controls.
Continental always aims to be at the forefront of ecological innovation, adopting eco-friendly changes at every step of the way, from initial tire development right through to production.Reusing tire casings means reducing the amount of energy and raw materials that go into the tire manufacturing process — which also brings down prices.
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