Toyo Tires Introduces Heavy Duty M325 Tire for Construction and Energy Industries

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Toyo M325. PHOTO Toyo Tires

Toyo Tire U.S.A. introduces the Toyo M325, an on/off-road heavy-duty all position tire that delivers durability, retreadability and a high return on investment.

The newest edition to the Toyo Tires M-Line of commercial tires, this is the cornerstone of the company’s construction line providing full coverage for mixed service fleets serving the construction, mining, energy and logging industries.

Through several years of real-world testing in severe duty applications, Toyo Tires developed a sturdy casing with e-balance technology that minimizes service growth of the tread profile and maintains a uniform and flatter tread radius for the entire life of the casing. The M325 also features a wide footprint with specially designed stone ejectors in every groove and a cut-and-chip resistant tread compound. For fleets that demand an even tougher tire, there is the M325 CR in size 11R24.5 with an extra tough cut-and-chip resistant compound and rugged sidewall protector for the most severe duty jobs.

“We worked with our dealers and their customers to create the M325 for the North American market,” said Dave Johnston, senior manager commercial products and business development for Toyo Tires. “This development model means it was built with the market and the result is a tire that meets the needs of today’s modern construction and natural resource fleets.”

The all-new M325 on/off-road heavy duty all position tire is available now in eight SKUs, including 425 and 385 wide base sizes.


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