Superior launches new Bogie and Idler Wheel Reconditioning Program
Superior Tire & Rubber Corporation is proud to launch an industry-first bogie and idler wheel reconditioning program. Aimed at saving construction professionals valuable time and money, the program allows customers the oppportunity to send in their old or damaged bogie and idler wheels and have them factory-reconditioned to run like new.
In a unique process, Superior removes all of the existing failed rubber from the original steel hub and applies a proprietary, long lasting Xtreme® Polyurethane, renewing the wheel beyond OEM worklife standards.
The savings are substantial. By utilizing the existing steel hub and applying a proprietary, high-quality polyurethane, contractors can reduce equipment downtime and maintenance expense, increase productivity, and significantly improve their bottom line.
The proof is in the poly. Superior”s Xtreme® Polyurethane is site-proven to provide maximum cut and tear strength and a lower coefficient of friction, eliminating heat build-up and bond failures. In addition, Xteme® Polyurethane is U.V. stable and resistant to diesel fuel and harmful solvnets.
Xtreme® Wheels are recommended for agricultural and construction equipment employed in continuous operation handling heavy loads, long runs, or high speeds. They are also recommended for applications that require the towing of heavy implements such as pan scrapers or for equipment in operation on hard surfaces such as asphalt or concrete.
Superior Xtreme® wheels are available for all types an models of equipment including Case® Quadtrac, Challenger®, John Deere® T-Series, Blaw Knox® Pavers, Caterpillar® Pavers, and many more.
For information, please visit Con Expo Booth C-4738 or contact Superior Tire & Rubber at 1-800-289-1456.
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