600/50R22.5 Michelin CargoXBib 2 Trailer Tire
The Michelin CargoXBib 2 trailer tire is made in Brazil specifically for sugarcane fields and grain carts but it can be adapted to a variety of application involving the need for an optimized spread of load on the ground thanks to a large, flat profile. The Michelin CargoXBib 2 trailer tire is easier to haul and offers lower fuel consumption. The tripod-shaped block pattern of the tread is exclusive to Michelin and designed to offer a strong grip and stability on slopes and transmission of the drive axle. The radial carcass of the Michelin CargoXBib 2 also offers minimal soil compaction and is compatible with a central tire inflation system.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 740591
Load Index: 159D
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire
Recommended Rim: AG20.00 (H2)
Section Width: 24.3 Inches
Overall Diameter: 46.5 Inches
Max Load at 6 mph: 17,370 lbs at 58 psi
Max Load at 15 mph: 15,230 lbs at 58 psi
Max Load at 25 mph: 13,120 lbs at 58 psi
Max Load at 30 mph: 11,660 lbs at 58 psi.
Max Load at 40 mph: 9,660 lbs at 58 psi
Max Speed: 40 mph
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