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"Over 80% of all blowouts are the result of under-inflation."

A Tire/Wheel Management Program...

Years ago when you asked a maintenance guy about tires, he might possibly say, "well they're black and round".  He might even go on and say they where impossible to keep balanced, so why bother, and they sure did not last long enough.

Today it is different. Tires can be balanced and if maintenance personnel accept the challenge of keeping the proper amount of clean dry air in them, tires will last a lot longer than in years past. Any maintenance manager worth his salt knows that mounted and rolling tires will have a negative affect on total maintenance cost if not monitored closely.   He also knows that tires may be the last bastion of hope for increasing fuel mileage with the present engine and drive train technology.

They're still black and round, but they can not be ignored.  An aggressive tire maintenance program will have a positive effect on any fleet's budget.

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A Mounted Wheel Tire Program, if administeredbenson  properly, is one way that a fleet can out source and reap the benefits of a lower tire maintenance cost.  A successful program starts with... more

Safetytrim  System

We have made an instructional video of how to correctly fit and remove the Safetytrim  system which indicates a loose wheel nut and prevents it from further  de-torqueing.

Please have a quick look at how it is done properly by an engineer :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKI7QzIPhrY

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