MAXAM AGILXTRA Launched in the USA

High flotation AGILXTRA takes Maxams offer to protect the land a step further

MAXAM now offers a new radial flotation solution aimed at preserving crops and soil mineral regeneration

MAXAM Tire Announces the MS962R AGILXTRA Series

MAXAM Tire, the specialty tyre manufacturer, celebrates another milestone in the agricultural industry by delivering an all-new product solution. Announcing the MS962R AGILXTRA radial flotation series, manufactured to help farmers and growers preserve crops and the mineral regeneration of their soil.

Now available in seven sizes, this new radial high-speed D-rated implement I3 flotation tyre is manufactured to provide the longest treadwear, increased stability, and improved resistance to field hazards. Similar to the MAXAM FLOTXTRA series, the all-new MS962R AGILXTRA radial tyre is designed with a fabric casing supported by steel belts to enhance flotation in any mixed-use surface application. Sporting a wear and cut-resistant tread compound, the AGILXTRA ensures productivity and performance in all applications with maximum versatility.

Protecting farmers’ and growers’ investments with its innovative construction, the AGILXTRA is engineered to deliver value without compromising wear or endurance. Providing superior field traction with minimal vibration at roading speeds, the innovative MS962R’s tread pattern is optimised to ensure high traction no matter the conditions. Backed by an 8-year warranty, MAXAM is committed to ensuring the quality and performance of its tyres.

“The MAXAM range of radial agricultural tyres has built a reputation for improved performance and value, engendering exceptional customer feedback. In conjunction with the MS961R FLOTXTRA series, the new MS962R AGILXTRA allows MAXAM to deliver two viable performance-driven flotation solutions to the market and continue to expand upon our reputation within the segment,” says Greg Gilland, Vice President of Global Agriculture at MAXAM Tire.

MAXAM will display the all-new AGILXTRA at the US National Farm Machinery Show 2023, February 15th-18th at booth #7764.

About the author

Ewan has been editor of Retreading Business since 2006 and of Tyre & Rubber Recycling since the magazine was founded. During this period he has become an expert on the global tyre recycling sector. He has many years' experience as an automotive journalist including a period at Tyres & Accessories.

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