BLEMISH ALL TERRAIN DIRT LORD 245/75R16 10PLY
Typical blemishes are:
Short Shot - This means that the rubber did not completely fill and press in the mold on a tread lug. The tire will still perform, it just ends up with a few lines in the tread block. The rubber is still the same density and should wear normally.
Sidewall Blem - A sidewall blem is due to not enough even heat on the sidewall plate on a Bead to Bead tire. In this situation it does not completely cure the sidewall leaving a ring around the tire. Most customers just mount this side in, since it usually only happens on one side of the tire.
Balancing Weight - Many of our blems may require additional weight to balance the tire (up to 12 ounces).
Tread Block - Some tires can have an extra layer of rubber considered Tread Block
- With an open, high-void tread pattern and aggressive independent tread blocks, the TreadWright Dirt Lord features the tools needed to claw through loose surfaces in search of grip. The Dirt Lords aggressive open shoulder lugs with lateral grooves, combined with the simple sidewall styling, demonstrate the AT's focus on function. Winter traction is aided by siping within the tread blocks that create additional biting edges for improved grip.
- Tire Tread Depth: 16/32”
Load Index: 116
Speed Rating: R
Tire Weight: 48LBS
Rim Width Range: 6.5-8”
Measure Rim Width: 7”
Tire Tread Width: 7.8”
Section Width: 9.6"
Outer Tire Diameter: Typically 30.7”
Max PSI: 80 psi
Max Load: 3,042 lbs
Kedge Grip: Avg. 30,000 Miles.
Standard Wear: Avg. 40,000 Miles
Premier Wear: Avg. 50,000 Miles
- The Wright Warranty: 1 Year Workmanship Warranty
Road Hazard Warranty Optional - (Can add at Checkout)
Industry Certified - Retread Tire Association
Environmentally Friendly - 65% Less Oil Than a New All-Terrain Tire
40 Years of Proven Remold Tire Experience. This LT A/T all-terrain tire is a remold (same curing process used in new tire manufacturing) not a traditional retread.
Full-Grade Truck Rubber, same mileage as most OE LT/SUV tires on the market
Pre Static Balancing
Premium Tire Casings
*Treadwright Tires recommend static balancing of our tires. Due to our aggressive lugs and that we static balance our tires during production, static balancing is the best option.