Retread Tire 700-6 6 Ply High Performance Tire

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Part# 06-01475
MFR Model# 070-313-0-R


700-6 6 ply high performance retread tire.

Their premium retreads are produced by their affiliate: Aero Wheel & Brake Service Corp. Aero WBS holds FAA certification to retread high speed aircraft tires up to 225 MPH.

Their sizes range from small piston engine aircraft through Regional Jet aircraft. 95% of the worlds airlines depend on retreads not only for cost control, but for the extended life they provide over most new tires.

Aero has the most advanced Laser Shearography tire testing facility in the USA for its Retreads.

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installed they look great, we shall see how long they last with use/landings

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RETREAD TIRE STD 700-6 6 PLY 700-6 6 PLY

May 4, 2022

I have used Desser retread tires for the last several years. For the money, it is a great solution to your tire needs. For rental airplanes or for high cycle operations, go the retread route. However over the last 6 months, I have notice issues with sidewall rubber cracking (not into the cord). This appears to be a carcass age issue and does not necessarily impact the performance of the tire. It is unnerving to see this condition when doing your pre-flight and hopefully Desser is evaluating serviceability prior to vulcanizing the new rubber. Maybe a simple information sheet could be provided with each tire so as to better understand what to expect with a used retreaded tire.

Ken H
August 13, 2018


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