By LACEY JARRELL
In response to farm equipment manufactured with higher horsepower, a new type of tire technology tha
Published on October 4, 2013 3:01AM
Last changed on November 6, 2013 1:51PM
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Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, Ore., rolls a tire that is going to be fit on a new set of wheels.
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Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, stands with tires at his store.
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