Ohtsu was established in 1944 and derives its name from the founding city of Izumiotsu, located in the Osaka prefecture of Japan. Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Ohtsu’s origins were in aircraft tyre production. Automotive tyres were added to the portfolio shortly after inception, allowing the company to grow from strength to strength. Nowadays Ohtsu manufactures tyres for local conditions but stays true to its origins with all tyres engineered in Japan.
- Unique tread pattern designed for even wear for the life of the tyre
- Optimised profile for improved contact patch
- Low rolling resistance compound for less fuel consumption
- Enhanced compound for great
wet weather performance
- Grooves engineered for excellent
- Large shoulder blocks for safe handling
- Advanced symmetric tread design
engineered for performance
- Wide range of sizes to suit all popular vehicles
Tyre Pattern: FP1000
Drive Style: Highway
Fully Pre-Programmed TPMS Sensors – FIT AND FORGET…
STEP 1 – ORDER
Order your TPMS Sensors – Our listings are pre-defined into Make, Model and Year. Once your order has been received, we then carefully, individually and uniquely pre-programme your TPMS sensors. This is not an “off the shelf” operation. Each sensor is pre-programmed and set-up specifically for your vehicle. We’ve spent serious time, development and investment with this step to make it simple and straightforward for you.
STEP 2 – FIT
Fit your new TPMS Sensors – Any experienced Tyre Fitter will be able to carry out this service for you. There’s nothing else that you need to do, the sensors will arrive READY TO FIT. We’ve taken the stress out of this and completed the technical coding of the sensors for you.
STEP 3 – DRIVE
DO NOT ALLOW YOUR TYRE FITTER TO ATTEMPT TO RE-CODE! Just drive your vehicle – To complete the operation, all that is needed is to drive the vehicle. Yes! It really is that easy! On average it takes around 15 minutes on a steady drive to allow the new pre-programmed sensors to communicate back to the vehicle’s systems. Voila! Your TPMS warning light will now be extinguished. Easy Peasy! Obviously there’s a lot more to it, but it all happens behind the scenes when the vehicle is in motion. We are more than happy to go through the finer details but it’s rather long-winded!"