What is a D-SHIELD Warranty Plan?
The Delinte Mileage & Road Hazard Limited Warranty Plan comes in 40K or 50K. The majority of Delinte tires are covered for up to 50,000 miles or up to 2/32” of usable tread life remaining. See Warranty Brochure for details.
What is a D-SHIELD Warranty Plan 40K?
The Delinte 40K Mileage & Road Hazard Limited Warranty Plan. For specific Delinte tires that are covered up to 40,000 miles or up to 2/32” of usable tread life remaining. See Warranty Brochure for details.
What is a D-SHIELD Warranty Plan 50K?
The Delinte 50K Mileage & Road Hazard Limited Warranty Plan. For specific Delinte tires that are covered up to 50,000 miles or up to 2/32” of usable tread life remaining. See Warranty Brochure for details.
What is 3-Ply Sidewall Puncture Guard?
Three tough layers of polyester cord fabric and angled high-strength steel belts on the sidewall of some light truck tires that protect against rocks and sharp debris. This is construction is found on Delinte M/T and R/T tires.
What is a 3-Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMSF)?
The three-peak mountain snowflake symbol is found on the sidewall of tires that have been thoroughly tested and meet industry requirements to perform in severe snow conditions. Only tires with this symbol have received this certification.
What is a 5-Block tread pattern?
The five-block horizontal tread on the Bandit A/T DX10 that is specifically designed to evacuate water, reduce noise, and increase traction on a variety of road terrains.
What are Angled Tread Grooves?
The angled grooves down the tread of the DH7 that enhance traction in wet road conditions.
What are Angled Tread Slots?
A tread feature of the DS8 that moves rain and snow away from the tire tread for better control.
What is an Asymmetrical Design?
The DH2 asymmetrical, non-directional tread design that allows for easy tire rotation without changes in traction or road noise.
What are Big block tread patterns?
The tread pattern design on the D7 that maximizes contact during wide-open throttle driving. This tread design also evacuates water quickly for maximum performance.
What is D-TECH Silica Compound?
A formulated Silica compound engineered by Delinte Tires to maximize tire traction and increase wear resistance.
What is F-Rated?
The difference between a load range E and load range F tire of the same size tire is the weight capacity and pressure. The F-Rated (Load Range F) tire has a capacity of 3,960 pounds at 95psi and a capacity of 3,960 pounds at 80psi for select larger light truck sizes 305mm/12.50" or wider. This F-Rating also indicates 12-ply construction. F-Rated is a requirement for late model ¾ and 1-ton trucks. F-Rated means a higher towing capacity than the E-Rated tire.
What is a Hybrid Tread Design?
The tire tread engineered for the Bandit R/T DX12 to give you both driving comfort on the highways and traction in dirt, mud, sand, or snow.
What is a Multi-Level Tread Design?
The Bandit H/T DX11 tread design that maximizes traction in a variety of highway conditions.
What is a Solid Center Tread?
The solid center tread design that ensures straight-line stability for long highway driving with less rolling resistance, additional traction, and maximum fuel economy.
What are Staggered Fitments?
A high-performance wheel and tire setup on a vehicle that has larger tires and wheels in the rear than in the front of the vehicle. Many high-performance, domestic and European vehicles, come with a staggered setup direct from the factory. Delinte has a vast number of staggered fitments called the Delinte Staggered Collective™.
What are T, H, V & W Speed Ratings?
T=118MPH, H=130MPH, V=149MPH, W=168MPH These speed ratings indicate the optimal speed that the tire can safely maintain over time. Each letter represents a maximum speed. Speed ratings only apply to tires that have NOT been damaged, altered, under-inflated or overloaded even after being repaired.
What are H, V, W & Y Speed Ratings?
H=130MPH, V=149MPH, W=168MPH, Y=186MPH These speed ratings indicate the optimal speed that the tire can safely maintain over time. Each letter represents a maximum speed. Speed ratings only apply to tires that have NOT been damaged, altered, under-inflated or overloaded even after being repaired.
What is a V-Slope?
Four-wide grooves on the D7 directional tire that channel water away from the tire, minimize road noise and provide for more road traction.