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Michelin LTX A/S Tire - P255/65R17 108H

Item# 09579516000P | Model# 79516 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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Michelin LTX A/S Tire - P255/65R17 108H
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Get the Most Out Of Your Ride with the Michelin LTX A/S All-Season Tire The Michelin LTX All-Season Tire has better fuel efficiency than the leading competitors. The EnergySaver Construction allows the tire to roll easily to lower fuel consumption and reduce carbon emissions from your engine. Just as importantly, the MaxTouch Construction maximizes contact with the road for an even distribution of forces so that your tire wears down more evenly and lasts longer. For a fuel-efficient and long-lasting solution, you can trust Michelin.

  • The Michelin LTX A/S BSW All-Season Tire is the smart tire solution
  • Three steel belts result in excellent durability
  • MaxTouch Construction improves tread life and uniform treadwear
  • EnergySaver Construction creates a more fuel efficient and greener tire option
  • Warranty: 60,000 Miles or 6-year Limited Warranty
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By michelin
May 29th, 2015
Longest Lasting Tires I've Ever Had

Had a set of LTX All Season Tires come from the factory on my 2004 F150 brand new when I bought it, had 93,000 miles on them with normal rotation every 6,000 miles. Would highly recommend these tires, they last forever with routine maintenance. Had no problems with them.

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michelin

Longest Lasting Tires I've Ever Had

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Had a set of LTX All Season Tires come from the factory on my 2004 F150 brand new when I bought it, had 93,000 miles on them with normal rotation every 6,000 miles. Would highly recommend these tires, they last forever with routine maintenance. Had no problems with them.

May 29th via michelin
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Michelin LTX A/S

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I have a 2004 F150 4x4 Supercab. Within 300 miles one of the OEM tires (not Michelin) blew a sidewall in the back country. I replaced the original tires with these and probably drive in four wheel off road 15-20% of the time. The Michelins have been superb, and the sidewalls survive all the threats of off road driving. I have had two flats in ten years, one at seventy mph on an interstate and managed to get off the side of the highway without destroying the rim. The tire did not survive. The other flat was in the back country of Death Valley and the tire was repairable. As far as I am concerned these are the best truck tire available. The ten ply manages to avoid a lot of problems, and the three ply sidewalls are a benefit when driving off road. I will always come back to these tires. I am looking at towing an RV that is close to the max for the original weight issues for my F150 and I would appreciate some info from the car team.

June 14th via michelin
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michelin

nice looking tire besides the performanc

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Excellent tire quality. very pleased

April 2nd via michelin
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Best tire ever!!!!

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This is the third set of LTX's we have put on our 07 honda ridgeline. they wear well and stay true. They are the Best Tire Ever!!!

March 11th via michelin
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Lasts almost forever

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I just purchased a new set of these for my 2009 F-150. The original set lasted for over 101150 miles before needing replacement.

February 1st via michelin
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