The Michelin Agribib radial tractor tire features deep lugs and a special rubber compound designed to reduce wear and provide long tire life. The Agribib tire has a sharp vertical lug for excellent traction even when the tire is 70% worn. Built with strong, but flexible sidewalls, the Michelin Agribib has a long footprint that puts more lugs in contact with soil. Michelin tractor tires self cleaning hinge keeps the tread free of mud for excellent traction in wet conditions.
Strong but super-flexible sidewalls allow a long footprint, putting more lugs in direct contact with the soil. Michelin's exclusive "self-cleaning hinge" between the lugs ensures that the tread stays free of mud for maximum pulling power in wet conditions. Low air pressures, give this time excellent flotation properties for reduce soil damage and compaction. The Michelin Agribib Tire has a swept-back 45 degree tread lug for smooth ride on and off the road. For the Michelin Agribib radial tractor tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturer: Michelin Tire
Manufacturers Part Number: 07126
Recommended Rim: W8
Alternate Rim: W7
Section Width: 9.7 Inches
Overall Diameter: 40.9 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 121.9 Inches
Tread Depth: 40 (32nds)
Max Load: 3220 lbs
Load Index: 112A8/109B
Tire Weight: 69 lbs
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire (this tire can be used with a tube, but does not require one)
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