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OMNITRAC MST II

Truck Mixed On/Off Road

Truck Mixed On/Off Road

A mixed service trailer-axle tyre for on- and off-road applications.Enhanced mileage potentialHigh resistance to damage

  • Enhanced mileage potential
  • High resistance to damage
  • FRT Tyre
OMNITRAC MST II

The original off-roader

Available in a wider range of sizes than the newer OMNITRAC, the classic OMNITRAC MST II brings great mixed-service trailer-axle performance to off-road applications of all kinds, including tyre sizes to fit older vehicles. Offers excellent mileage, grip and damage resistance.

Features

1. Optimised carcass construction

Enhances durability, damage resistance and retreadability

 

2. Wide tread pattern

Promotes high mileage, good handling and even wear

 

3. Massive centreline rib

Greater stability and damage resistance

 

4. Stiff block design

For reduced chip/chunk

 

5. Zig-zag centreline groove and off-set block edge design

Promotes excellent traction and braking

 

6. Stone penetration protectors with double-groove angle

For better stone drilling resistance and better groove self-cleaning

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
445/65R22.5 169 K - - 14 B B B - 71dB - Download

A word from the Goodyear expert 

 

“Although the OMNITRAC MST II has now been superseded by the new OMNITRAC in the Goodyear range, some sizes are not yet available in the new design. The OMNITRAC MST II is therefore still a really useful part of the range, especially since many older off-road vehicles still need new tyres in less widely available sizes. And don’t forget, the OMNITRAC MST II is a proven winner!”

‘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.