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Key Facts

Aeolus Cross Ace H/T AS02


The Aeolus AS02 is an all season light truck and SUV tire that delivers comfort and superior handling on city streets and highways.

  • 4 circumferential grooves (Maximize water evacuation resulting in exceptional wet traction).
  • Solid center rib design (Delivers excellent stability and in-line steering feel and reduces road noise).
  • Modern tread design (Improved high speed cornering stability and delivers superior dry, wet and snow traction).
  • Large shoulder blocks (Provide enhanced strength and stiffness for improved cornering).
  • High density zig-zag siping (Improved wet and snow traction).

Latest News

  • Mar 16, 2016


Detailed Information

Type and Size
Tire Model
Aeolus Cross Ace H/T AS02
Car Type
Light Truck / SUV
All Season
Rim Diameter
Aspect Ratio
Special Features
Mud and Snow
Extra Load
Speed and Load
Speed Index
Load Index (max load for a tire)

Aeolus Cross Ace H/T AS02 Sizes & Specifications

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  • Mar 16, 2016