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October 25th, 2007
Yokohama readies Advan run-flat for SEMA
Yokohama Tire Corp. will use next week's Specialty Equipment Market Association Show as a forum to introduce its new run-flat tire, the Advan Sport ZPS.
The tire can be driven up to 50 miles at 55 miles per hour after the loss of air, say Yokohama officials.
The tire also contains variable round grooves, an extra-thick bead wire, and Yokohama nanotechnology, among other features.
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