New tires for the Jeep Wranger will be the primary material used for the new Jeep Wranglers treads, according to a new report from Consumer Reports.
The new tires will be manufactured by a company called Dentsu, which is based in Osaka, Japan.
They will be made from a lightweight polyurethane material.
The treads are made of carbon fiber, which Consumer Reports says is stronger than steel.
This is important because carbon fiber is known to be lighter and stronger than the steel used in most vehicles.
The tires will have a tread depth of 7 mm and a tread width of 3 mm.
Dentsus said they have developed a process that is able to create new, high-strength, high temperature, high strength materials at a very low cost.
The tire treads will be available in two different thicknesses.
The first will have an average tread depth ranging from 7 mm to 7.5 mm and will have tread widths of 3.5 to 4 mm.
The second thickness will have average tread depths ranging from 4 mm to 6 mm and tread width ranging from 1 mm to 2 mm.
All tires will weigh under 500 grams.
The price tag for the tires is $150.
The next step for the company is to begin production of the tires in the United States.
This means that American Wrangler buyers will have access to the new tires as soon as 2018, but it’s unclear when this will happen.