10R16.5 Michelin Bibsteel Hard Surface Skid Steer Tire (260/70R16.5)
The Michelin Bibsteel Hard Surface skid steer tire was designed to provide outstanding performance while delivering cost savings for skid steer and backhoe operations running on concrete or asphalt. The Michelin Bibsteel Hard Surface skid steer tire features exceptional tread life, outstanding puncture resistance and excellent operator comfort. Built with a puncture resistant tread rubber, the Michelin Bibsteel hard surface tire is designed to keep your skid steer working longer with less downtime. This makes the Bibsteel tire an excellent tire for commercial applications. For the Michelin Bibsteel hard surface skid steer tire, call or purchase from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 38281
Ply Rating: 12
Recommended Rim Width: 8.25 Inches
Section Width: 10.5 Inches
Overall Diameter: 30.4 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 90.8 Inches
Load Index: 129A8/B
Tread Depth: 23 (32nds)
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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.
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