Dunlop Tires from Tirecraft

Dunlop Tires From Tirecraft

Confidently Choose Dunlop Tires

  • Over 100 years of experience manufacturing tires
  • Built with safety in mind, but without sacrificing performance
  • Run-flat tires help your Dunlop Tires resist punctures

Dunlop has been in the tire business since 1888, when it first began manufacturing bicycle tires. In the early 1900’s, they started engineering tires for the up and coming automobile market, and they have been bringing innovative tires to consumers ever since. Tirecraft’s selection of Dunlop tires includes winter tires, all season tires, summer and performance tires for cars, trucks, SUVs and CUVs.  Visit your nearest Tirecraft to find your perfect set of  Dunlop Tires!

Dunlop is a well-established presence in racing and they have won an impressive amount of titles, including their first Grand Prix in 1923 and their first 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924. They are the sole supplier of tires for the British Touring Car Championship and the V8 Supercars Championship, and their relationship with Le Mans continues as they also supply the BMW Motorsport team in the American Series.

Their focus on creating the best tires for professional racing doesn’t just benefit the teams they equip. Dunlop’s many innovations in sport performance tires are always incorporated into their mainstream performance tires so all driving enthusiasts can drive like champions. Some of their design milestones include the addition of Kevlar pulp in the sidewall of their Dunlop Sport Maxx tire to improve steering responsiveness in 2008, and their 1998 roll out of run-flat tires.

The Dunlop family of tires has great Ultra High Performance and High Performance options. They have adapted a variety of technologies into their tires, and their many models address the driving needs of the customer without sacrificing the performance handling and characteristics of the vehicle.

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In 1999, Dunlop completed its integration into the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, and in North America and Europe, the tire company is joint owned by Goodyear and Sumitomo Rubber Industries. It continues engineering premium products for today’s vehicles, utilizing the innovative technologies they’re known for under the Dunlop brand and they manufacture over 200 million tires each year.