29.5R25 Michelin XMine D2 Radial Loader Tire (2 Star)
The Michelin Xmine D2 tire is a rugged L5 traction tire with radial construction designed for severe service conditions. Built for maximum protection on hard terrains, the Michelin XMine D2 tire is often found in rock quarries, underground mines, scrap and solid waste sites. Designed for premium traction and flotation without sacrificing operator comfort or tire life. The Xmine D2 resists cuts and impacts, meaning uptime is improved through reductions in flats. The Xmine D2 is a long lasting tire, designed for even wear and low rolling resistance. For the Michelin XMine radial loader tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 33387
TRA Code: L5
Star Rating: 2 Star
Overall Diameter: 74.9 Inches
Section Width: 31.7 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 225.4 Inches
Recommended Rims: 25.00/3.5
Tread Depth: 126 (32nds)
Tire Weight: 1944 lbs
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire (this tire can be used with a tube, but does not require one)
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