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18x8.50-10 Michelin X Tweel Tire and Wheel (205/50-10)

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18x8.50-10 Michelin X Tweel Tire and Wheel (205/50-10)
18x8.50-10 Michelin X Tweel Tire and Wheel (205/50-10)
Flat Free Tire and Wheel Assembly Designed for use on Utility Golf Carts
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18x8.50-10 Michelin X Tweel Turf for Golf Cart (Comfort) Radial Tire and Wheel (205/50-10) 

This 18x8.50-10 X Tweel tire from Michelin is an airless radial tire and wheel assembly designed for use on many stand-on (and select sit down) mowers or golf carts. The Tweel requires no maintenance, no air pressure checks and none of the common problems that plague conventional golf cart tires like unseated beads and flat tires. Tweel assemblies replace your current tire, wheel and valve with a complete unit. Using full-width poly-resin spokes, the Tweel tire offers excellent lateral stability for outstanding side hill performance. Built with a unique spoke design, the Tweel  dampens the ride and enhances operator comfort even when navigating over curbs and other bumps. Michelin Tweel utilize high performance tread compounds to offer long tread life that is two to three times that of a pneumatic tire at equal tread depth. For the Michelin X Tweel tire, call or order from our online tire store today.

Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Brand: Tweel
Model: Utility Golf Cart
Manufacturers Part Number: 01133 John Deere Equivalent to Part# 28556
Lugs: 4
Bolt Pattern: 4 on 4
Wheel Offset: -0.4 Inches
Section Width: 8.1 Inches
Overall Diameter: 18.8 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 59.1 Inches
Static Loaded Radius 8.9 Inches
Contact Area: 18.4 Inches
Tread Depth: 8 (32nds)
Weight: 27 lbs
Max Load: 529 lbs
Max Speed: 25 mph
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The Tweel starts with a flexible yet strong “shear beam” that forms the rim of the wheel. The shear beam consists of two steel hoops with a rubber core, so that stretching and compressing forces that act on different parts of the wheel can be tied together and counteract each other. The rim is connected to the hub with a series of strong but deformable poly resin spokes. When a load is applied, the hub sinks until it is hanging from the upper spokes, so that the wheel has a large footprint for increased traction—while still allowing the tire to rotate.
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