Find Retread Tires in Delta, BC for All Tire Applications

Firetrucks, commercial airplanes, school buses—they all commonly use retreaded tires. You can, too. Get more miles out of less rubber, whatever the application. Find a Bandag dealer in Delta, BC for retread tires.

What is a retread?

Retread tires, or “recap tires” are the best way to get more out of one of your fleet’s most important investments. They’re such a successful way of managing fleet and truck tires that nearly half of all North American replacement truck tires are retreads.

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Less-Than-Truckload Tires in Delta

Tire Applications For new less-than-truckload tires in the Delta area Visit a Bandag dealer in British Columbia. are made for commercial trucks that transport varying or smaller amounts of freight. are designed for commercial trucks that carry small or fluctuating amounts of freight. LTL shipping can be efficient for all parties. So are retreads. Bandag's inventory offers LTL retread tires in Delta for many axle configurations including spread axle, tandem axle, single axle, and straight truck. Bandag LTL retread tires are perfect for fleets that are looking for value and performance.

Truckload Tires in Delta

No matter the axle setup and wheel position, Bandag has retread truckload tires in Delta. We have a complete inventory of all-position commercial truckload tires. Every retread tire is made to offer long, even wear and reduced rolling resistance. Many truckload tires can be paired with complementary tires, like the Bridgestone M760™ Ecopia™ tire and the Bandag B760 FuelTech™ drive retread, to further fuel efficiency. From regional work to long haul trucking, your drivers can count on Bandag's special rubber compounds to help reduce energy loss and lower rolling resistance for better gas mileage.

Severe Service Retread Tires in Delta

When it comes to hardworking tires, you'll be hard pressed to find a category that puts in shifts like severe service tires. Especially in Delta. That's why Bandag designs retread tires specifically for severe service applications like logging and construction, [content-text-3-2] That's why Bandag makes retread truck tires specifically for severe service, tires like BLSS™ or BRSS. The Bandag BLSS™ has an aggressive drive off/on highway tread to deliver long wear life and high traction in difficult off-road conditions. The Bandag BRSS is also made exclusively for severe service. The BRSS all-position tread helps lengthen wear life for regional haulers. No matter which severe service tire you select from Bandag's catalog, you have confidence while driving in on/off-road environments. Bandag's tread compound helps prevent cutting and chipping. Bandag has severe service tires for sale in Delta for both single and tandem axle configurations.

Coach & Bus Retread Tires for Sale in Delta

Organizations across the country rely on retread tires to operate safely and more efficiently. There's a good chance that Delta's transportation and school system do also. Retreads are used on important vehicles that we rely on every day. For example, the drive wheels of many fire trucks, ambulances, and school buses are retreaded tires. And around 80% of all aircraft tires in service in America are retreaded tires. Retreaded tires are even used on Air Force One, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. [1] Bandage offers two types of bus retread tires for sale in Delta: BDR-AS™ and BDV. No matter the weather, the BDR-AS™ retread tire delivers an intense grip to get your bus, cargo, and passengers to the destination. The tread design increases ice handling and traction, while the wide shoulder voids helps "clean out" snow and mud. BDR-AS™ retread tires are made for tandem axle and single axle configurations. BDV retread tires, however, are crafted for urban vehicles that need responsive braking traction and tire shoulders that can bear the wear and tear of corners and curbs. Urban environments bring out the best in these tires, and they perform reliably well in wet and dry weather. BDV retread tires are designed for tandem and single axle configurations.

Pickup-&-Delivery Retread Tires for Sale in Delta

We know there's a big difference between local P&D, high-speed linehaul, and mixed-service (on/off-road) tires. Bandag has you covered for distribution tires in Delta. Our retread distribution tires are designed to meet the challenges of the pickup and delivery industry, like fluctuating load weights, stop-and-go traffic, and tight urban areas. Bandag offers distribution and pick-up-and-delivery retread tires for semi-trucks and trailers, and all at competitive prices. Find a Bandag dealer near you in Delta for P&D wallet-friendly truck tires.

Waste & Recycling Retread Tires for Sale in Delta

Next time you take your recycling or trash out to the curb, think of Bandag. Why? There's a good chance the public works trucks around Delta roll on Bandag retreads. Bandag retread tires keep many public works trucks rolling, odds are they’re even being used in Delta. Bandag retread tires for waste and recycling collection use our proprietary rubber compound to stand up to the twists and turns [content-text-6-5] rely on our specially formulated rubber compound to fight the unpredictable nature of suburban and urban neighborhoods. Compared to predecessors, our newest retread tires for waste haulers offer improved durability, wet traction, and wear life. With Bandag, your waste and recycling fleet in Delta can stand up to scuffing, curbing, and cornering.

Retread Tires for All Applications, Configurations & Positions

You don't need deep pockets or dozens of trucks to take advantage of retread tire benefits. Bandag's transparent and patented retread process is the industry standard when it comes to global retread technology. From custom-formulated compounds to application-tested tread patterns, you'll see that Bandag retreads outperform the competition. Contact a Bandag dealer in British Columbia to buy retread tires for all wheel positions, applications, and axle configurations.

[1] Source: Bridgestone Bandag 2015 Fleet Survey