Modern Tire Dealer

MAR 2019

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M T D M a r c h 2 0 1 9 70 P r o d u c t s TBC unveils Sumitomo HTR Enhance LX2 The new Sumitomo HTR Enhance LX2 from TBC Brands comes in 43 passenger sizes for 15-inch to 22-inch wheels. The all-season touring tire replaces the LX and is avail- able to tire dealers now. The LX2 is designed to provide enhanced ride comfort in a variety of road conditions. The LX2 has a 90,000-mile limited tread wear warranty for all T-rated sizes and 75,000-mile limited tread wear warranty for all H- and V-rated sizes. The warranty protection pack- age also includes a 45-day free test drive, two-year 24/7 roadside assistance coverage, and free lifetime defect replacement. TBC Brands LLC www.tbcbrands.com Dill has new digital tire inflator The new 7260 digital tire inflator from Dill Air Control Products features a 2-foot kink-resis- tance, stainless steel hose and a large back-lit display. The 7260 includes an auto on/off feature, and each unit is assembled and tested in the U.S. Dill Air Controls Products provides the motorsports, automotive, RV, fleet, off-road and trucking industries with valve stems and hardware, tire inflation devices, TPMS and hand tools, notes the company. DILL AIR CONTROL PRODUCTS LLC www.dillaircontrols.com Ingersoll Rand offers new torque limited impact wrench The 2-inch anvil of the new 2135QTL-2 ½-inch torque limited impact wrench from Ingersoll Rand is designed to provide better access to recessed lug nuts, making it ideal for tire shops and service centers. The tool restricts forward torque from 55 to 75 foot-pounds, reducing the chance of damaging wheels without sacrificing reverse torque. Weighing just 4.3 pounds, the 2135QTL-2 is the ultimate torque wrench counterpart, according to the company. It delivers 780 foot-pounds of max reverse torque to remove stubborn lug nuts quickly and reaches target torque in two to three seconds. INGERSOLL RAND PLC www.ingersollrandproducts.com Atlas Automotive Equipment introduces TreadReader The new TreadReader handheld scan tool from Atlas Automotive Equipment is designed to provide an instant 3D image of a tire, providing data such as tread depth and adverse wear. The company says advisory information like misalignment or uneven wear due to under- or over-inflation is also displayed, presenting a "no-question" presentation to the user on the condition of the vehicle's tires, and the recommended resolution. The unit requires just a few seconds to run over all four tires for instant upload to a smartphone or tablet via the TreadReader app. ATLAS AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT LLC www.atlasautoequipment.com New Meyle cabin filter protects against bacteria The newest Meyle-Original cabin air filter is designed to protect against bacteria and help prevent the development of mold and fungi in addition to filtering out harmful gases, soot and pollen. Meyle AG says an additional filter layer enriched with silver ions provides the new Meyle- Original cabin filter with an antibacterial function. The fungicidal effect of the silver ion layer also prevents the development of molds. The new cabin air filter consists of four layers that clean the air before it enters the vehicle interior. MEYLE AG www.meyle.com New Wagner premium brake pad for passenger cars Federal-Mogul Motorparts has added a pre- mium brake pad for late-model passenger cars to its Wagner brand. The Wagner OEX Car line will launch with more than 100 SKUs and cover more than 90% of passenger car vehicles 2005 and newer, or more than 150,000,000 domestic and Asian vehicles in operation in North America. The premium Wagner OEX Car complements the Wagner OEX line, which is designed for SUVs, CUVs and pickups. Features of the Wagner OEX Car line include galvanized steel plates that provide corrosion resistance and fitment over paint and powder coatings. FEDERAL-MOGUL MOTORPARTS www.wagnerbrake.com

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