620/70R46 Michelin Machxbib Radial Tractor Tire (XM28)
The Michelin Machxbib radial tractor tire was specially design to protect soil and offer excellent flotation when used in heavy tillage and other soil prep applications. The Machxbib can carry heavy loads while still maintaining ultra low air pressures. This gives the Machxbib a large soft footprint, which when combined with the tires rounded shoulders protects soil during preparation, planting and treatment. Built with a flat tread, the Machxbib evenly distributes the load over the footprint of the tire, reducing rutting and proving excellent ground pressure distribution. With a broad flat crown and long deep lugs, the Machxbib features a low slip rate and reduced rolling resistance for more traction and improved fuel economy. The swept-back 45 degree tread lug provides a smooth ride, even at road speeds of 30 mph. The Michelin Machxbib radial tractor tire, provides excellent flotation, traction and a long tire life. For the Michelin Machxbib radial tractor tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 69879
Recommended Rim: DW20B
Section Width: 24.4 Inches
Overall Diameter: 81.1 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 241.0 Inches
Tread Depth: 72 (32nds)
Max Load: 10472 lbs
Load Index: 162A8/162B
Tire Weight: 646 lbs
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