MAXAM Debuts the Full MS933 LOGXTRA Series


Adding two new sizes to its forestry lineup, the 73×44.00-32 and 73×50.00-32, MAXAM is now in the position to debut the complete range of the MS933 LOGXTRA, high flotation tyre. Engineered from the inside out to provide demanding forestry equipment with a formidable solution, the MS933 delivers enhanced traction and superior flotation in severe logging applications. 

MAXAM Tire Delivers a Solution for Demanding Forestry Equipment 

The MS933 LOGXTRA was designed with a high-strength, belt-stabilised construction to tackle the harshest terrains. Featuring the signature LOGXTRA compounding technology and manufacturing, the MS933 provides maximum protection from cuts and impacts in the toughest working environment. Additionally, the heavy-duty shoulder and sidewall allow users to take on the extreme without worrying about punctures. 

Manufactured with an extra-wide footprint that delivers an enhancd flotation in muddy and wet ground conditions, the MS933 increases productivity on all sites. To prevent common bead winding and mounting defects, the MS933’s bead is designed with a thick and short cross-section for added stability and strength. The cutting-edge bead package is also nylon-wrapped, allowing the MS933 to outlast alternative options in extreme conditions. 

The MS933 LOGXTRA delivers maximum performance, extreme traction, and increased productivity. The MS933 is available for skidder fitment in the below sizes to meet the needs of each application.

About the author

Charlotte Nahon is the Communications and Digital Executive for Commercial Tyre Business. Since 2018, Charlotte has been in the Digital and Communications sector, working in Canada as well as Spain. Her degree is in Communication Studies from the University of Ottawa, and ever since graduating she has been writing for multiple sectors including automotive, energy, education, pharmaceuticals and more. 


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