380/90R46 Michelin Agribib Row Crop Radial Tractor Tire (14.9R46)
The Michelin Agribib Row Crop radial tractor tire features a reduced tire width for use in specialty applications. The Agribib Row Crop tire is often used by farmers who are reducing spacing to increase yields or accommodate specialty crops such as vegetables and need tires with less width, exceptional load capacity and long life. With a narrower tire width the Agribib Row Crop easily passes between crops without damage to the root or plant. The Agribib Row Crop tire from Michelin has a strong, flexible casing that provides a large footprint and excellent operator comfort while maintaining durability and load carrying capacity. Designed with an extra deep 40 degree lug the Agribib Row Crop tire has excellent traction and control. For the Michelin Agribib Row Crop tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 38865
Standard Size: 14.9R46
Recommended Rim: W13L
Alternate Rim: W12A, DW13A
Section Width: 15.5 Inches
Overall Diameter: 72.2 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 216 Inches
Tread Depth: 59 (32nds)
Max Load: 9094 lbs
Load Index: 157A8/157B
Tire Weight: 293 lbs
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire (this tire can be used with a tube, but does not require one)
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