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Michelin XPS RIB TIRE - LT215/85R16E (Not Available for Installation)

Item# 09575397000P | Model# 39510 | Added on January 1, 2000 |
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Michelin XPS RIB TIRE - LT215/85R16E (Not Available for Installation)
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Durability is in a Day's Work with the Michelin XPS Rib Truck TireKeep production rolling with the Michelin XPS Rib truck tire. Designed for on-road use in moderate weather, this retreadable tire is constructed for durability to stay on the job.Light trucks with heavy loads will experience reliable traction and handling with the Michelin XPS Rib commercial tire. Specially configured rib tread performs in dry or wet conditions, providing long wear, even tread and a quiet ride.

  • Tread compounds of the Michelin XPS Rib truck tire are specifically developed for commercial applications to help tires last longer Steel casing and reinforced steel bead improve strength and allow retreading
  • Third steel belt helps provide puncture resistance for enhanced durability
  • Optimized rib tread design lends even treadwear and long mileage with low noise
  • Sidewall protector delivers resistance to sidewall damage from curb scrubbing
  • Low rolling resistance casing and tread built for excellent fuel economy
  • Limited warranty
  • Made in USA
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By michelin
September 15th, 2016
Best Tire for my 5th Wheel

I have had 3 sets of these tires and never had a problem. I do cover the tires when not in use and put a moisture barrier underneath the tires and the concrete. I strongly recommend these tires in the load E category.

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michelin

Ford Super Duty perfect tire

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Rides well on the highway - quiet with good performance and handling.

Outstanding off-road. Good on the snow too.

Good tire wear and resists rocks, mesquite thorns and other hazards.

I wish it came in sizes other than 16 inch because my new ford is not available with 16 inch wheels.

I used this road for many highway miles and many off road miles in very rugged terrain. Always gave good traction and handling.

September 24th via michelin
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michelin

Best Tire for my 5th Wheel

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I have had 3 sets of these tires and never had a problem. I do cover the tires when not in use and put a moisture barrier underneath the tires and the concrete. I strongly recommend these tires in the load E category.

September 15th via michelin
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Best tire in the world for my Class C.

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These are the best tires I have ever purchased. I will never buy another tire for this application. I am a very frugal person, but I'll scrimp someplace else, not on the tires. Do the research.

April 27th via michelin
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Best Tire

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Best tire made. I won't put anything but Michelins on my pick ups.

June 2nd via michelin
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They are the best!

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I replaced the four tires on my Ford F-250 on 2-14-14 with the exact same type as I previously purchased, XPS RIB 235/85R16. That set of tires had 70,000 miles and was over 12 years old when I decided due to their age it was time to replace them and they still were above the legal minimum for tread depth. BTW This is the second product review I have ever written.

February 19th via michelin
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