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Goodyear Launches Tire for Single-Axle Drive and 6x2 Applications

12/02/2013 @ 12:21pm

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is introducing a new truck tire that offers enhanced traction and long tread life. The SmartWay verified Goodyear G572 1AD truck tire is designed for single-axle drive and 6x2 applications.

“The G572 1AD has been engineered for high-torque applications found in single-axle drive and 6x2 truck models,” says Brian Buckham, Goodyear Commercial Tire Systems. “The tire’s highly sought-after attributes will help long-haul fleets lower their total operating costs.”

Features include:

  • Goodyear’s Fuel Max Technology, which boasts fuel-saving compounds and advanced design technology to promote energy efficiency and fuel economy.
  • Highly siped center rib and lateral grooves for enhanced all-season traction.
  • Semi-solid shoulder ribs and a 24/32nds tread depth for enhanced traction, stability and long tread life in high-scrub applications.
  • Goodyear’s Tredlock Technology, which features interlocking microgrooves that help stabilize the tread for longer life and enhanced toughness.
  • One of the most retreadable casings, which will reduce the fleet’s overall cost-per-mile.


The G572 1AD is available in sizes 295/75R22.5 and 11R22.5, both Load Range G and can use the popular G572 Goodyear UniCircle and procure retread products.

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