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70,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
X® Radial LT2 tires carry a 70,000 mile limited warranty in addition to the standard materials and workmanship warranty for treadwear or mileage.
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X Radial LT2
 
4.6

(based on 439 reviews)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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          • Wear-Life:
          • Excellent (293), Very good (90), Good (24), Below average (11), Average (6)
          • Fuel Efficiency:
          • Excellent (179), Very good (150), Good (73), Average (12), Below average (4)
          • Off-Road:
          • Excellent (113), Very good (75), Good (64), Average (15), Below average (7)
          • Braking:
          • Excellent (258), Very good (132), Good (32), Average (8), Below average (3)
          • Comfort:
          • Excellent (288), Very good (99), Good (34), Average (7), Below average (5)

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        5.0

        Michelin X has been fantastic for years

        By Uncle Bill

        from USA

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              Comments about X Radial LT2:

              I've bought and sold alot of cars and trucks over the years and when the tires are due for new ones, I switch to Michelin X every time. I think the tires help sell them because of the smooth ride and great handling. Evan after driving them 40,000 to 60,000 miles they still look and handle GREAT! Right now I have a 82 Ford F250, 03 Ford E250, My Wifes 2000 Honda Civic and my first car I bought in 1977 is a 1964 Ford Falcon Futura 260/v8. All of these have Michelin X. My wife noticed the difference without me telling her that I changed her tires. I could tell about other vehicles that made me a believer but I've got to go. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

              • Wear-Life:
              • Excellent
              • Fuel Efficiency:
              • Excellent
              • Off-Road:
              • Excellent
              • Braking:
              • Excellent
              • Comfort:
              • Excellent

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              2.0

              Not the tire I expected.

              By Dave

              from USA

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                    Comments about X Radial LT2:

                    I have just over 40,000 miles on a set of Michelin X Radial LT2 tires on my 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 4X4. They are suppose to be 70,000 mile tires. At about 35,000 miles I started to notice chunks of rubber starting to come off the tires and splits in the rubber between the tread. I drive two miles on a gravel road about three times a week. 99.9% of my driving is on pavement. The dealer told me it was from driving on gravel. He also said that this problem is common with Michelin Tires. Needless to say I probably won't be buying another set of Michelin Tires for any of my trucks.

                    • Wear-Life:
                    • Below Average
                    • Fuel Efficiency:
                    • Average
                    • Off-Road:
                    • Below Average
                    • Braking:
                    • Average
                    • Comfort:
                    • Good

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                    5.0

                    excelent all around tires

                    By red exp.

                    from USA

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                          Comments about X Radial LT2:

                          Good traction, quiet, drive well on uneven roadway, excellent ride, and look good too.

                          • Wear-Life:
                          • Very Good
                          • Fuel Efficiency:
                          • Very Good
                          • Off-Road:
                          • N/A
                          • Braking:
                          • Very Good
                          • Comfort:
                          • Excellent

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                          Availability, Pricing and Specs (1 part numbers)

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                          Part numbersTire Size, Load Index & Speed RatingMSRP $
                          (PER TIRE)
                          Availability
                          13168P265/70R16 111 T$209Inventory Available
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                          Mileage WarrantySidewallUTQG Treadwear, UTQG Traction, UTQG TempRim Width Range (Min/Max)Section Width on Measuring Rim WidthOverall Diameterrevs/miTread Depth (in 32nds)Max Load, Single
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                          70,000 MileORWL720 A A7" - 9"10.7" on 8"30.6679122185@4437.4
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