440/80R28 Michelin Bibload Hard Surface Radial Tire (16.9R28)
The Michelin Bibload Hard Surface radial tire is often used on compact loaders and telescopic equipment. The Bibload Hard Surface tire can be used in both farming applications as well as on hard surfaces like roads or parking lots. Featuring a multi-directional tread designs allows the Bibload radial tire to move in lateral, longitudinal and traversal direction on hard, wet and snow covered terrain.
Built with rugged sidewalls for enhanced durability for even the toughest operating conditions, the Bibload tire features a diamond shaped tread block. Featuring a steel belted casing the Bibload Hard Surface tire is designed to protect against scrub. For the Michelin Bibload Hard Surface radial tire, call or order form our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 49461
Equivalent Size: 16.9R28
Load/Speed Index: 163A8/163B
Recommended Rim Width: DW14L
Alternate Allowable Rim: DW15L
Section Width: 17.6 Inches
Overall Diameter: 55.4 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 164.9 Inches
Tread Depth: 42 (32nds)
Max Load: 10748 lbs
Max Pressure: 64 psi
Tire Weight: 267 lbs
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Michelin builds rugged, long lasting radial tires for a variety of construction equipment. Each Michelin construction tire is purpose built with a tread pattern and rubber compound that is designed to handle a specific terrain or application. Find the right radial Michelin tire to fit your equipment, application or terrain in our online tire store today.
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