An extra-heavy carcass featuring an EPDM tube and cover and a 4-ply synthetic reinforcement, it provides durability in severe conditions. It conforms to SAE 201R1 D1 standards and operates in a temperature range of -40F to +260F (04-C to +127C).
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|Country of Origin (Primary)||MX|
|Harmonized Tariff Code (Schedule B)||4009310000|
When it comes to automotive parts, few brands are held with such high esteem than Continental®. Founded in Germany in 1871, Continental AG is one of the world’s oldest and largest auto parts manufacturers. It is best known for its line of rubber tires, with Continental tires still a popular choice for cars, trucks, buses, and other applications, but has since expanded to brakes, powertrain, chassis, interior electronics, and automotive safety components. Continental parts are known for their high degree of safety and efficiency as well as extensive coverage of vehicles and machinery in a wide range of industries. The company maintains its headquarters in Hanover with facilities across 58 countries catering to customers worldwide.