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Carlisle Brand Tires and Wheel News

Introducing the New CSL16 All-Steel Radial Tire

Franklin, TN – August 22, 2017 – The Carlstar Group announced the launch of the CSL16 all-steel ply radial tire sold under the Carlisle® brand. The CSL16 tire is the newest addition to the Carlisle brand trailer portfolio and offers heavy duty hauling capabilities for large equipment and extremely heavy loads.

The Carlstar Group expands popular All Trail tire line

The Carlstar Group announced today the release of two size additions to the Carlisle branded All Trail tire line. 

New Black Rock M/S Tire

Franklin, TN – April 10, 2017 – The Carlstar Group announced today the release of the new Carlisle branded Black Rock M/S (Mud and Snow) tire. As the first Carlisle branded mud-specific UTV tire, the Black Rock M/S is equipped with a unique tread, designed for increased traction control in loose and muddy terrain.

Specialty trailer tire vs. light truck or passenger tire

When it comes time for “new shoes” on your trailer, there’s a lot of reasons why getting a specialty trailer tire is much better than just using a light truck or passenger tire.

When to Replace Trailer Tires

No tire lasts forever and, there are some good guidelines when it comes to deciding when to replace your trailer tires.

Know what you tow

Using your trailer as safely as possible can be summed up with one phrase… “Know what you tow and don’t overload.”

Tips for Storing Trailer Tires

Unless you use your trailer every single day, you’re gonna have to store it at some point. So, here are some tips to help protect your trailer’s tires while your hauler sits idle.

Safety Checklist For Tires

Trailer’s help make our lives better, whether we’re on the job site or headed for some fun in the sun. So, here are some simple safety tips to help keep you and your hauler on the road.

Importance of Proper Tire Inflation

Now, everyone knows you gotta keep your tires inflated… especially on a trailer but, you also can over-inflate them too… here’s what actually happens when you run your tires at the wrong air pressure.

How to read your tire sidewalls

When you’re getting your trailer ready, your tires are an integral part of this process… knowing important details about are your tires can help keep you moving. The sidewall of your tire contains all the important information about it.

What’s the difference between bias and radial tires?

Bias tires are made by crisscrossing cords of polyester and nylon belts at a 30 to 45-degree angle to the tread’s centerline. Whereas Radials are constructed with crisscrossing steel belts underneath the tread and increase structural integrity. Watch and learn more about their differences.

Bringing Passion in Tow at the NATM Convention

The Carlstar Group will be attending the annual National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM) convention in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort on February 15-17, 2017.

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