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Post  Mark on 6/18/2013, 7:12 am

Sounds very interesting and the prices are great, worth looking into especially if you just used them off road.

TreadWright Introduces New Bead-to-Bead Remold Tires for Trucks and SUVs

Enhanced bead-to-bead remolding process means cleaner look, matching sidewalls, more durability

TreadWright, a leading manufacturer of remolded tires for trucks and SUVs, has announced the launch of its new bead-to-bead tire. Bead-to-bead is a process of applying new rubber veneer to the tire sidewalls, significantly enhancing the tire’s cosmetic appearance and long-term performance.


The new bead-to-bead tires will have the TreadWright brand name on the sidewalls providing a customer with a cleaner and more consistent look. The new sidewall veneer provides additional benefit in that it further seals the tire improving the overall durability.


“The new bead-to-bead product offers our customers a tire that has a new look and feel,” said Joel Hawkins, vice president for TreadWright. “The fact that TreadWright only uses premium casings, coupled with the bead-to-bead technology, means our remolded tires will look and perform like new. Our tires provide superior value because, without sacrificing safety or handling, the cost can be as much as 60 percent less than a comparable brand name tire.”


Initially, TreadWright will offer bead-to-bead tires in six sizes, with plans to expand to other sizes in the future: 31/10.50R15 Guard Dog; 265/75 16 Sentinel; 265/70 17 Sentinel; 285/75R16 Warden & Guard Dog; 285/65R18 Guard Dog; and 315/70R17 Guard Dog.



About TreadWright


Founded in 1981, TreadWright is a pioneer in providing premium quality, environmentally friendly remolded tires for light trucks and SUVs. Inspired by extreme driving conditions, TreadWright tires are built to withstand all types of driving from normal road use to ruggedoff-road conditions. By using less material and selling direct to the customer, TreadWright provides all the benefits of high-end name brand tires at significantly reduced prices. Family owned and operated, TreadWright offers the latest designs and a proven technology backed by a two-year workmanship warranty. For more information, visit www.treadwright.com.


https://www.treadwright.com/c-35-summer-specials.aspx

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Post  nsjbill on 6/18/2013, 10:26 am

Wow! Anyone with experience with these? Treadwright in general I mean, since these appear to be new and improved. The 35" Guard Dogs are very tempting to me, especially at half the price of any other decent 35" MT.
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Post  Mark on 6/18/2013, 10:49 am

If you have an extra set of rims you could put them on you could put them on for wheeling and take off when done.
I have two sets and it saves the mud tires from all of the wear and tear of every day pavement driving.
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Post  desertzj on 6/18/2013, 2:06 pm

I have the wardens (bfg tread pattern) on for my 31's. Love them. Wear a million times better then bfg does, felt really good on the trails and when I air down have a nice side wall already that allows for a nice contact patch. Know several people running their tires including their guard dogs and they love them. They're a little noisy at first as you wear in the tires, after about 500 miles what little howl they had went away. From what I hear, the guard dogs are more like a really aggressive AT then a true MT as the middle tread isn't quite spaced far enough apart and can get caked with mud, but still, i'll be going to them next.
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