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Who makes Wild Country tires?

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Multi-Mile makes the Wild Country line of tires. These tires are made and marketed for passenger vehicles, all-terrain sport utility vehicles and trucks that require superior all-season durability and traction control for highway and off-road use.

As of 2014, Multi-Mile has been manufacturing tires for over 50 years and has been a leading supplier of tires in the new and replacement tire market. Their tires can be bought directly from Multi-Mile or through a chain of independent tire dealerships throughout North America. In addition to Multi-Mile passenger and SUV/LT tires, Multi-Mile offers commercial, agricultural and specialty tires as well as supplemental products such as steel wheels, wheel weights, valve stems and tire equipment.


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