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Michelin Tweel Skid Steer Tire

Michelin Tweel Skid Steer Tire
Michelin Tweel Airless Tires

Michelin Tweel Skid Steer Tire

The Michelin Tweel skid steer tire and wheel is a revolutionary combination of the ride of a pneumatic tire with the reliability and low downtime of a solid tire. Michelin has replaced the need for a tire and wheel with a one piece bolt on replacement skid steer tire and wheel. Because the the Michelin Tweel uses flexible poly resin fins in place of air, you no longer have to worry about maintaining air pressures or worrying about downtime due to flat tires.  The Michelin Tweel also last two to three times longer than a comparable pneumatic tire, which means you can run your skid steer longer while keeping your operating costs down. For the Michelin Tweel skid steer tire and wheel, call or order from our online tire store today.

Michelin Tweel Construction

The Tweel starts with a flexible yet strong “shear beam” that forms the rim of the wheel. The shear beam consists of two steel hoops with a rubber core, so that stretching and compressing forces that act on different parts of the wheel can be tied together and counteract each other. The rim is connected to the hub with a series of strong but deformable poly resin spokes. When a load is applied, the hub sinks until it is hanging from the upper spokes, so that the wheel has a large footprint for increased traction—while still allowing the tire to rotate.

One of the main advantages to using Michelin construction and earthmover tires is that they feature a combination of innovative tire technology and long lasting rubber compounds. This combination produces tires that reliably perform while saving money with longer tire life and less downtime.

Michelin Tire is a global leader in the production and distribution of all types of tires. Michelin North America is the US branch of Michelin Tire and has operations in the United States, Mexico and Canada.  Michelin North America maintains headquarters and manufacturing plants in each of these countries which further demonstrates their commitment to their valued customers.

Michelin manufacturers and distributes tires for all kinds of vehicles including automobiles, farm equipment, commercial trucks, construction and off the road equipment. With over 22,000 employees and 19 manufacturing facilities Michelin focuses on building high quality, innovative tires designed to last. Michelin’s research and development department employs over 1000 people, most of them engineers. Which is why Michelin continues to be a market leader in the tire industry.

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