380/90R54 Michelin Spraybib Radial Tractor Tire
Michelin Spraybib radial tractor tires were designed for driver comfort. Featuring a Michelin Ultraflex technology casing, the Spraybib is able to operate at lower air pressures than a conventional narrow tire. This is all done without sacrificing traction, the Spraybib features excellent traction and long tire life. Built with reinforced tread lugs, the Spraybib can carry a much heavier load without the need for a heavy duty rim. This leads to a 57% greater load carrying capacity than the Michelin Agribib Row Crop tire. The Spraybib is designed to limit soil rutting and optimize yields with a 16% bigger footprint than the Agribib Row Crop tire. For the Michelin Spraybib radial tractor tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 47923
Overall Width: 15.4 Inches
Overall Diameter: 80.7 Inches
Recommended Rim: DW13A
Alternative Rim: W12A
Loaded Radius: 37.4 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 241.5 Inches
Tire Weight: 408 lbs
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire (this tire can be used with a tube, but does not require one)
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