12R16.5 Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain Skid Steer Tire (300/70R16.5)
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. The Bibsteel all terrain tire is often found on skid steers, backhoe loaders and compact tractors that require excellent traction and long tire life. The combination of radial construction and Michelin rubber compounding make the Bibsteel all terrain one of the most durable, long lasting construction tires on the market today. For the Michelin Bibsteel All Terrain skid steer tire, call or purchase from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 34034
TRA Code: L3
Ply Rating: 14
Recommended Rim Width: 9.75 Inches
Section Width: 12.2 Inches
Overall Diameter: 32.8 Inches
Loaded Radius: Inches
Rolling Circumference: 97.7 Inches
Load Index: 137 A8/B
Tread Depth: 29 (32nds)
Max Load: 5412 lbs
Max Pressure: 73 psi
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