The Michelin Yieldbib radial tractor tire features deep 45 degree tread lugs for improved traction and reduced slippage. By improving traction the Michelin Yieldbib tire reduces fuel consumption allowing you to work efficiently in all conditions. The Michelin Yieldbib tire features Michelin Ultraflex technology which allows you to carry the same load while reducing the tire pressure by as much as 40 percent over a standard radial. This lower air pressure and longer tread footprint reduces soil compaction and increases crop yield. With stubble deflecting lug and an anti-stubble belt the Yieldbib was engineered for stubble resistance leading to longer tire life. For the Michelin Yieldbib radial tractor tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Overall Diameter: 62.3 Inches
Section Width: 17.0 Inches
Load Index: 154A8/154B
Recommended Rim: DW15L
Alternate Rim: DW14A (L), W14L, W15A (L)
Loaded Radius: 27.5 Inches
Rolling Circumference: 184.3 Inches
Tread Depth: 60 (32nds)
Tire Weight: 276 lbs
Tire Type: Tubeless Tire (this tire can be used with a tube, but does not require one)
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