GI 388

The GI 388 features an open pattern designed for outstanding traction. It is the ideal fit for all positions on all-wheel-drive construction vehicles. This rugged, durable tyre delivers superb traction on firm and loose terrain alike. The GI 388 incorporates Stone Ejectors, raised elements that prevent stones from lodging in the tyres.

Product Portfolio

  • 7 Sizes

  • 19.5 – 22.5 Inches

  • Series 70 – 80

  • Speed index: J / K

EU Tyre Label Class

  • D – E

  • B – C

  • A

  • 70 – 71 dB

On- / Offroad

Offroad / Construction

Regional transport

Steer

Trailer

Drive

SPECIALLY ANGLED GROOVES

Product feature:
  • Angled groove walls

Function:
  • Groove design and angles in intelligent arrangement

Benefit:
  • Increases self-cleaning effect and block stiffness and boosts traction power

CUT AND CHIP RESISTANCE COMPOUND

Product feature:
  • Tread material with high resistance to mechanical damage

Function:
  • Tread rubber contains special components to build up the most durable compounds

Benefit:
  • Developed to resist the most punishing offroad conditions

STONE EJECTORS

Product feature:
  • Hundreds of tiny raised elements on top of the grooves

Function:
  • Prevent foreign objects from being trapped in the grooves

Benefit:
  • Effective prevention of stone-holding and penetration of the tyre

Available Sizes


Size LI/SI Mobility Technology MFS Label 1222/2009 Info EU-Label Page
315/80R22.5 156/150K D B A 70 D/B/1/69* EU Label
275/70R22.5 148/145K E B A 70 E/B/1/69* EU Label
12R22.5 152/148K D B A 70 D/B/1/69* EU Label
295/80R22.5 152/148K D B A 70 D/B/1/69* EU Label
265/70R19.5 143/141J D B A 70 D/B/1/69* EU Label
10R22.5 144/142K D C A 70 D/C/1/69* EU Label
13R22.5 156/150K (154/150L) D B A 71 EU Label
Fuel efficiency°
External rolling noise°
Wet grip°
Value (expressed in dB(A)) for external rolling noise°

°In accordance with EU regulation 2020/740

*Old EU Tyre Labelling in accordance with EU regulation 1222/2009 (valid until November 2021)

Recommended application
Additional application

LI = Load index

The load index is a numerical code indicating the maximum load a tyre can carry.

SI = Speed index

The speed symbol shows the maximum speed permitted for the tyre under load.

POR

Professional Offroad

MFS

Rim Protection

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