Get Your Treads Right With Treadwright

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Every once in a while I come across companies where I really believe in their mission and I want to share it with as many people as possible.  Treadwright Tires is certainly one of them.

In a time where we’re constantly looking at new innovative ways to recycle and go green, Treadwright has come up with an affordable, reliable way to recycle tires. They specialize in recycling tires and turning them into new off-road/ truck tires. The process while fairly complicated in application is actually quite simple. Oh and they’re made right here in the USA.

Used tires come in and are thoroughly inspected and tested to ensure structural integrity of the tire. Next the tires are “buffed”. All the old tread and some sidewall rubber is removed to a certain measurement, to provide a clean smooth surface for the new tread pattern. After the tires have been buffed to spec, a machine adds several layers of new industrial grade rubber to the tread area and sidewalls. The tires are then individually balanced and placed into a molding machine to bring the tire back to new condition. Each tire is then tested and sent through a final inspection and another round of balancing to ensure a quality product is provided to the end consumer.

While most people might be put off by the idea of a recycled tire, as you can tell these tires are just as good if not better than buying a comparable new name brand tire. The fact that they are recycled just means better prices for the consumer and less stress on the environment.

You can check out Treadwright Tires online at https://www.treadwright.com/

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