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Titan History 

The Titan Tire Corporation is an American tire manufacturer founded by Morry Taylor in 1993. This company is one of the leaders when it comes to off-road tires in North America.  

Some notable events in Titan history ware: 

  •  In 1994 Titan purchased the off-road tire assets of Pirelli Armstrong Tire Corporation. 

  •  Another successful acquisition was in 1998 when the American brand purchased the assets of Fidelity Tire. 

  • In 2005, it purchased the farm tire business of Goodyear and continues manufacturing Goodyear agricultural tires under license.  

  • In 2006 it purchased Continental AG's off-the-road (OTR) tire assets in Bryan, Ohio. 

Most popular Titan tires 

Titan products are used as Original Equipment tires for John Deere, AGCO, Case IH/Case Construction, New Holland, Caterpillar, and Kubota. 

One of the most popular tires for agriculture application is ALL WEATHER designed to guarantee longer wearing, to increase fuel efficiencies, but also to ensure stability on the hillside. 

Another outstanding tire from the Titan lineup is the ND LCM model. This model comes to provide excellent all-round traction and lateral stability due to non-directional tread design with center riding rib. Aralon Cut Resistant Breaker construction comes to add extra strength and durability. The ND LCM model is one of the best options for mining applications. 

When it comes to the best tire for Construction applications the most highlighted model is CONTRACTOR II. This model delivers exceptional performance and heavy-duty ply ratings. Due to the lateral lugs the maximum traction. 

The most highlighted technology used by Titan engineers is Low Sidewall Technology which means a larger rim diameter and a smaller sidewall than a standard tire designed to improve equipment safety and performance. This technology shows high-performance in several rugged applications, like agriculture, construction, and mining.

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