GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Nov. 23, 1953


Tire Talons. For better traction, faster starts and safer stops on icy roads, B. F. Goodrich Co. brought out a truck tire with 5,000 tiny steel claws embedded in the tread. The steel will last almost the life of the tread, says Goodrich, and will result in only negligible road damage. Price: about 10% above regular truck tires.

Simple Sticker. Chrysler Corp. announced a new industrial cement that needs only fingertip pressure to stick two surfaces together, but is strong enough after hardening to withstand pressures up to 10,000 Ibs....

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