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FUELMAX T

Truck Highway

Truck Highway

Truck Interregional

Truck Interregional

A trailer axle tyre designed for fuel efficiency, but also suitable for limited regional use as well as highways. Offers good lateral grip and mileage.

  • Suitable for highways and limited regional use
  • Designed to reduce fuel costs
  • Helps you meet CO2 emissions targets
  • FRT Tyre
FUELMAX T
Application type

Now you can have fuel efficiency as standard

If your vehicles use both highway and regional roads, you can still choose a fuel-efficient tyre. The FUELMAX T is versatile and offers both good lateral grip and low rolling resistance, to drive down fuel costs and CO2 emissions. 

Features

1. Multi-radius cavity

Creates ultra-low rolling resistance, which translates into significant fuel savings.

 

2. Special tread compound

Hard-wearing compound delivers excellent mileage and excellent lateral grip.

Tyre sizes

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Size Nominal Load Index Nominal Speed Index Load Index 2 Speed Index 2 Rec. Rim Fuel Efficiency Fuel Efficiency Wet Grip Wet Grip Noise Noise Snow 3PMSF Snow 3PMSF EU Tyre Label
22.5
385/55R22.5 160 K 158 L 11.75 A C A - 70dB - Download
385/65R22.5 164 K 158 L 11.75 A C A - 70dB - Download
19.5
435/50R19.5
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7-rib design
164 J - - 14 A C A - 70dB - Download
435/50R19.5
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7-rib design
160 J - - 14 A C B - 73dB - Download

‘FRT’ stands for ‘Free Rolling Tyre’ and is a legal marking according to the UNECE Regulation No. 54, which indicates that the tyre is specifically designed and intended for the equipment of trailer axles and axles of motor vehicles other than front steering and all drive axles. Therefore these trailer tyres marked ‘FRT’ should be used exclusively on trailer axles and axles of motor vehicles other than front steering and all drive axles and should not be fitted in any other position. Goodyear Dunlop will not warrant and cannot be held accountable for any potential liability claim involving FRT tyres fitted outside these recommendations.‘FRT’ stands for ‘Free Rolling Tyre’ and is a legal marking according to the UNECE Regulation No. 54, which indicates that the tyre is specifically designed and intended for the equipment of trailer axles and axles of motor vehicles other than front steering and all drive axles. Therefore these trailer tyres marked ‘FRT’ should be used exclusively on trailer axles and axles of motor vehicles other than front steering and all drive axles and should not be fitted in any other position. Goodyear Dunlop will not warrant and cannot be held accountable for any potential liability claim involving FRT tyres fitted outside these recommendations.