10R16.5 Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain Skid Steer Tire (260/70R16.5)
The Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain skid steer tire provides the same exceptional tread life, outstanding puncture resistance and operator comfort offered by the Michelin Stabil XZSL in an aggressive lug design radial tire. The Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain skid steer tire offers a deep aggressive tread for outstanding traction, reinforced sidewalls and rim guard to help prevent downtime. For the Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain skid steer tire, call or purchase from our online tire store today.
Manufacturers Part Number: 19038
Replaces MSPN: 50040
Ply Rating: 8
Recommended Rim Width: 8.25 Inches
Section Width: 10.4 Inches
Overall Diameter: 30.5 Inches
Loaded Radius: 14 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 90.9 Inches
Load Index: 129A8/129B
Tread Depth: 25 (32nds)
Max Load 0 mph: 9380 lbs
Max Load 15 mph: 4530 lbs
Max Load 30 mph: 4080 lbs
Max Pressure: 73 psi
Tire Weight: 71 lbs
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*All load values are for maximum indicated speeds at low torque.
*20 mph (30 km/h): high torque field work or max road speed.
*All load values for ground slopes up to 20% (above 20% consult Michelin)
Michelin builds rugged, long lasting skid steer tires for a variety of construction equipment. Each Michelin skid steer tire is purpose built with a tread pattern and rubber compound that is designed to handle a specific terrain or application. Find the right Michelin skid steer tire to fit your equipment, application or terrain in our online tire store today.
Michelin Tire is a global leader in the production and distribution of all types of tires. Michelin North America is the US branch of Michelin Tire and has operations in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Michelin North America maintains headquarters and manufacturing plants in each of these countries which further demonstrates their commitment to their valued customers.
Michelin manufacturers and distributes tires for all kinds of vehicles including automobiles, farm equipment, commercial trucks, construction and off the road equipment. With over 22,000 employees and 19 manufacturing facilities Michelin focuses on building high quality, innovative tires designed to last. Michelin’s research and development department employs over 1000 people, most of them engineers. Which is why Michelin continues to be a market leader in the tire industry.