LT245/70R17 Nokian Hakkapeliitta LT3 Light Truck Tire (LRE)
The new Nokian Hakkapeliitta LT3 winter tire offers exceptional winter grip and driving stability combined with strong structure and superb durability. Designed for demanding winter use, the Nokian Hakkapeliitta LT3 is reliable and safe on icy roads and snow-covered worksites alike. For the Nokian Hakkapeliitta LT3 light truck tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Nokian Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: T430954
Load Range: E
Ply Rating: 10
Speed Rating: 119/116Q
Overall Diameter: 30.5 Inches
Overall Width: 9.8 Inches
Approved Rims: (7) 6.5-8
Tread Depth: 16.5 (32nds)
Tire Weight: 42.3 lbs
Price Includes Either: Free Shipping Or Free Mounting, Balancing, Rubber Valve Stem, and Disposal of Old Tires at one of our 19 locations throughout New England
Nokian Tire makes some of the most innovative, sought after tires produced today. Built with high quality rubber compounds and unique tread patterns, Nokian Tires are designed to perform. Based in Nokia, Finland, Nokian manufacturers tires for car, light trucks, tractors, heavy trucks, loaders, graders and more.
Nokian is the only major tire manufacturer in the world that builds tires that are designed to safely perform in northern weather conditions. The primary focus of Nokian's many quality product lines are areas that often have snow and other harsh driving conditions. In addition to its commitment to building quality, innovative tires, Nokian is also committed to building them in a safe, sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
Nokian Tire was founded in 1988, but has roots in tire and rubber industry that goes all the way back to 1898 and the Finnish Rubber Factory. Since that time Nokian has continued to develop cutting edge tire products that purpose built to perform in snow, ice and other harsh winter environments. This has made Nokian a leader in the winter tire market for cars, light trucks, tractors and other heavy duty equipment. This is also why the Nokian Tires were used to set the world speed record for the fastest car on ice.