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Bridgestone – NEW TIRES

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Japanese Auto Repair is proud to offer Bridgestone tires to Tucker, Georgia and the greater Atlanta area, Decatur, GA, Conyers, GA, Duluth, GA, Lawrenceville, GA, Gainesville, GA, Norcross, GA, Doraville, GA, Loganville, GA, Monroe, GA, Winder, GA, Cumming, GA, Roswell, GA and Lilburn, GA at the lowest prices around. Japanese Auto Center helps customers find the right Bridgestone tires for their car or truck at the right price that fits their budget. Give us a call at (770) 270-1447 today and we will work with you to find the right Bridgestone tires for your car.  Or you can contact us online. Remember Japanese Auto Repair is the number one Bridgestone tire dealer in Tucker and also offers great deals providing Tucker auto repair services. Not sure which tire is right for your car then use our online tire catalog.

The Bridgestone Corporation is a multinational auto and truck parts manufacturer founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi in the city of Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan. The name Bridgestone comes from a calque translation and transposition of ishibashi, meaning “stone bridge” in Japanese.  As of 2014, the company is the largest manufacturer of tires in the world, slightly ahead of Michelin.  Production facilities belonging to the Bridgestone Group number 141 in twenty-four countries, as of the end of 2005.

The very first Bridgestone tire was produced on 9 April 1930, by the Japanese “Tabi” Socks Tyre Division (actually made jika-tabi). One year later on 1 March 1931, the founder, Shojiro Ishibashi, made the “Tabi” Socks Tyre Division independent and established the Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd. in the city of Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture. “Bridgestone” was named after the name of the founder, Shojiro Ishibashi (Ishi = Stone, Bashi = Bridge).  Foregoing dependence on European and North American technology, the Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd. set its eyes on manufacturing tires based solely on Japanese technology. The foundling company experienced many difficulties in the areas of technology, production and sales in the early days. Eventually, improvements were achieved in quality and manufacturing processes which led to the business rapidly expanding on both the domestic and overseas markets.

In 1951, Bridgestone was the first company in Japan to begin selling rayon cord tires, and a five-year project to modernize production facilities was started. This year also saw another Bridgestone building opened in Kyōbashi, Tokyo, which contained the Bridgestone Museum. Sales surpassed ten billion yen in 1953, placing Bridgestone at the top of the tire industry in Japan, and celebrations were held to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the company’s foundation in Kurume.  The sale of nylon tires was started in 1959, and work forged ahead with the construction of the new Tokyo plant, which was opened in 1960, in order to cope with the fast-expanding market for motorization.  In 1988, Bridgestone purchased the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio. Placing considerable financial and personnel resources into rebuilding Firestone after the purchase, Bridgestone achieved surplus annual profits for the year 1992 with BFE (Bridgestone Firestone Europe) and again in 1993 with BFS (Bridgestone Firestone USA). The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and Bridgestone Tire Company Ltd USA were amalgamated in 1990 and became “Bridgestone Firestone North American Holdings Ltd”. The North American subsidiary to Bridgestone Corporation is now named Bridgestone Americas, Inc. The tire division is Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC. Bridgestone Americas opened a $100 million technical center in Akron in 2012.


Sizes: 195 X 65 X 15, 205 X 60 X 15, 205 X 60 X 15, 205 X 65 X 15, 205 X 70 X 15, 215 X 70 X 15, 225 X 75 X 15, 235 X 75 X 15, 205 X 55 X 16, 205 X 60 X 16, 205 X 65 X 16, 215 X 55 X 16, 215 X 60 X 16, 225 X 60 X 16, 215 X 70 X 16, 225 X 75 X 16 LT, 245 X 75 X 16 (LT), 265 X 75 X 16 (LT), 215 X 85 X 16 (LT), 235 X 65 X R16, 205 X 45 X 17, 215 X 50 X 17, 225 X 50 X 17, 225 X 55 X 17, 235 X 50 X 17, 235 X 55 X 17, 235 X 60 X 17, 225 X 60 X 17, 225 X 65 X 17, 215 X 65 X 17, 235 X 65 X 17, 245 X 75 X R17, 245 X 65 X 17, 265 X 65 X 17, 215 X 50 X 18, 225 X 40 X 18, 225 X 45 X 18, 235 X 50 X 18, 235 X 55 X 18, 235 X 60 X 18, 235 X 65 X 18, 245 X 60 X 18, 255 X 65 X 18, 265 X 60 X 18, 275 X 70 X 18 (CT), 245 X 55 X 19, 245 X 45 X 20, 275 X 55 X 20, 275 X 60 X 20, 235 X 45 X 20.


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