600-6 6 ply monster retread. With almost 12/32nds tread Depth, this tire will outperform any tire at any price! Rated "Top Value" by Aviation Consumer®.
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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For those complaining about dry rot etc. these tires arent for the occasional flyer. These are meant for high usage airplanes and are great for that application. My skydiving operation went through two sets per year until I discovered these. Now Im getting 14 months a set.
More threads for your buck!
RETREAD TIRE MONST 600-6 6 PLY
Nice tires. I sent them back, I needed 6X6.00 but the 15s. They looked great, just too big for my fairings. Reordered the correct size and all good.
RETREAD TIRE MONST 600-6 6 PLY
I use them on our Cessna 150 & Grumman Traveler not an issue. Also use them on the local flight school airplanes with good wear performance.
I use these tires on 9 of the 12 flight schools aircraft and they are unbeatable. The larger tread depth gives us more landing per tire AND they are not quite as expensive as the alternative.
Mine they dryroded the second year and had to change them. The tire surface hold really good for around 75 + landings.
seems to be very good, time will tell me if they are tough and will last for long as i expect
I purchased one of these in 2016. At the end of 2020, there were so many cracks and splits, that I needed to replace it. Dont buy these. They are junk.
At recommended pressure and under mild load, two side walls split promptly. After inspection, it looks like original donor tire (Air hawk) was grinded too deeply before retread. Ralf from Desser denied any possibility of manufacturing defects in spite of my numerous pictures... Dangerous tire in my opinion and experience.
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The diameter of this tire is approximately 17 inches.
Yes, any 600-6 size tube will work with these tires.
Yes, tires ship prepaid via UPS Ground in the lower 48 USA and within Alaska from our Alaska warehouse.
This tire weighs approximately 12 lbs.
This is not a 15x600-6. If you are replacing the 15x6.00-6, we recommend that specific size, like part # 06-01078 or 06-01398.
The recommended psi for 6.00-6 6ply is 42 PSI but you should check your POH for an aircraft specific PSI.
Yes, the correct replacement for the main tires on the Mooney M20J are 600-6 6 ply size. Since these are 600-6 6 ply, they will work.