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60,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
LTX® M/S tires carry a 60,000 mile limited warranty in addition to the standard materials and workmanship warranty for treadwear or mileage.
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LTX M/S
 
4.7

(based on 2486 reviews)

98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Long lasting tread (8)
  • Wears evenly (8)
  • Great grip (7)
  • Quiet (6)
  • Corners well (5)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Combined highway/city (7)
      • Wear-Life:
      • Excellent (1866), Very good (431), Good (84), Average (38), Below average (31)
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Excellent (985), Very good (975), Good (341), Average (98), Below average (9)
      • Off-Road:
      • Very good (702), Excellent (628), Good (303), Average (96), Below average (7)
      • Braking:
      • Excellent (1516), Very good (762), Good (141), Average (37), Below average (5)
      • Comfort:
      • Excellent (1687), Very good (603), Good (122), Average (43), Below average (11)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Auto enthusiast (4), Commuter (3)

    Reviewed by 2486 customers

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    5.0

    Great Tires

    By Liberator

    from USA

    About Me Commuter

    Pros

    • Corners Well
    • Great Grip
    • Long Lasting Tread
    • Quiet
    • Wears Evenly

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Combined Highway/City

      Comments about LTX M/S:

      If you are looking for great tires then you are in the right place!. This tires rocks. As of 12/4/14 I have put 94,343 miles on and have 4/32 thread left. I talk to Michelin customer service now and told me not only I surpass their 60,000miles but from their calculation I have maybe another 10,000 left on thread at 4/32.

      I decide to change today because the promotion for this year end 12/8/14 and next one will be around mid April of 2015. My calculation of rotation @5,000 miles I can probably make it but with winter coming and suppose to bad this year I decide to change it.

      So technically this tire would have last me @104,343 if I was living FL with dry roads.

      I'm quite happy to say that this I'm going to put LTX M/S 2 this afternoon.

      If you rotate your tires every @5,000 miles it WILL last longer and off course your driving style. For me it is mostly highway mileage on my 2000 Mazda B2500 truck and I thought with over 200,000 mileage on my truck already figure my LTX would be last on my truck. Well maintain truck still runs so good my truck will be happy to get new LTX M/S2

      • Wear-Life:
      • Excellent
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Excellent

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      5.0

      My originals lasted for 90K miles

      By Ridgeline Driver

      from USA

      About Me Commuter

      Pros

      • Great Grip
      • Long Lasting Tread
      • Wears Evenly

      Cons

      • Noisy

      Best Uses

      • Combined Highway/City

      Comments about LTX M/S:

      These tires were original equipment for my 2009 Honda. My current ones have 90k miles and are finally being replaced. Super traction in the snow, I never had a problem, and I live in NE. That is 5 hard winters of driving and I can count on one hand the number of times my vehicle traction control actually came on. Remarkable.
      Another storm coming, time for some new sneakers for the truck.

      • Wear-Life:
      • Excellent
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Good

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      5.0

      Michelin Makes the Best Tires Hands Down

      By moparts

      from USA

      About Me Commuter

      Pros

      • Great Grip
      • Long Lasting Tread
      • Quiet
      • Wears Evenly

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Combined Highway/City

        Comments about LTX M/S:

        I've been running Michelin LTX M/S on my '89 F150 for over 15 years now and have had zero problems with them. I just put on my third set and actually ran the last ones a bit too long. Even though they were severely sun damaged and had little tread left, I had no problems with them on the road regardless of running with a load, trailer, or empty.

        I wouldn't want to run any other brand of tire. You may be able to buy a cheaper tire, but there is no other tire that will give you this kind of performance and reliability. After working in a tire store for many years, I only want to buy Michelin products! I've seen too many issues with other brands to take a chance on saving a few bucks.

        • Wear-Life:
        • Excellent
        • Fuel Efficiency:
        • Excellent

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        Availability, Pricing and Specs (5 part numbers)

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        Part numbersTire Size, Load Index & Speed RatingMSRP $
        (PER TIRE)
        Availability
        98835P275/70R16 114 H$263Inventory Available
        43428P275/70R16 114 S$270Inventory Available
        35551P245/65R17 105 T$226Inventory Available
        13192P245/60R18 104 T$264Inventory Available
        2479831x10.50R15/C 109 R$222Inventory Available
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        Mileage WarrantyOE CodeSidewallUTQG Treadwear, UTQG Traction, UTQG TempRim Width Range (Min/Max)Section Width on Measuring Rim WidthOverall Diameterrevs/miTread Depth (in 32nds)Max Load, Single
        (lb @ PSI)
        Tire Weight
        60,000 MileTBSW440 A A7" - 10"11.1" on 8"31.3666122365@4437.9
        60,000 MileL, TBSW500 A B7" - 10"11.1" on 8"31.3666122365@3539.8
        60,000 MileHOBSW440 A B7" - 8.5"9.6" on 7"29.7700111854@4433.2
        60,000 MileHOBSW440 A B7" - 8.5"9.8" on 7"29.6703111804@4432.7
        60,000 Mile ORWL 7" - 9"11.1" on 9"30.8679152270@5042.7
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