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Tire Highlights

Upgraded tread compound for tough off-road endurance and a long tread life.


Three circumferential grooves to prevent hydroplaning.


Deep tread with Michelin biting edges for exceptional traction.


Spiral nylon wrap for high speed endurance.


Two super high tensile steel belts

Warranties (2 Warranties)

60,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
LTX® A/T2 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® A/T2 
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LTX A/T2
 
4.5

(based on 913 reviews)

90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Corners well (9)
  • Great dry traction (9)
  • Quiet (9)
  • Great traction (8)
  • Smooth ride (8)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mostly city (7)
    • Mostly highway (7)
    • All city (5)
    • All highway (5)
      • Wear-Life:
      • Excellent (548), Very good (192), Below average (63), Good (46), Average (19)
      • Fuel Efficiency:
      • Very good (354), Excellent (275), Good (154), Average (84), Below average (9)
      • Off-Road:
      • Excellent (312), Very good (300), Good (90), Average (44), Below average (32)
      • Braking:
      • Excellent (486), Very good (281), Good (73), Average (38), Below average (7)
      • Comfort:
      • Excellent (516), Very good (241), Good (71), Average (41), Below average (17)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Auto enthusiast (5), Casual driver (5), Commuter (5)

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    5.0

    Michelin Best Tires on The Road!!

    By Dr. Dave

    from USA

    About Me Commuter

    Pros

    • Corners Well
    • Great Dry Traction
    • Great Wet Traction
    • Long Lasting Tread
    • Quiet
    • Smooth Ride

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Mostly Highway

      Comments about LTX A/T2:

      Excellent Tires! Great performance, quality, and overall an outstanding value for your money. I've put 60000 miles on these tires without any issues. They are still good-to- go for another 5000 to 8000 miles. Michelin Tires in my opinion are the best tire on the road.

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

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      5.0

      A GREAT TIRE

      By MICHELIN1

      from USA

      About Me Casual Driver

      Pros

      • Corners Well
      • Great Dry Traction
      • Great Wet Traction
      • Long Lasting Tread
      • Quiet
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • All City
        • All Highway

        Comments about LTX A/T2:

        67000 miles just to the wear marks. Went through the winter in northern Indiana and did just fine on slick highways. As a volunteer firefighter i need a tire that will get through snow covered roads or drifted over. They handled the 6-8 inches of snow with no problem. they are no louder than the ms2's that are on our other trucks. I rotated the tire every other oil change, highly recommend.

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

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        5.0

        longest lasting truck tire ever

        By Just

        from USA

        About Me Commuter

        Pros

        • Corners Well
        • Great Dry Traction
        • Great Wet Traction
        • Long Lasting Tread
        • Quiet
        • Smooth Ride

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All City
          • All Highway
          • Mostly City
          • Mostly Highway

          Comments about LTX A/T2:

          I've used the Michelin LTX A/T tires on 3 high mileage 4x4 pickups all getting over 120000 miles before replacing. These tires are great all around tires, I've used them to pull trailers, in heavy mud and put a lot of miles on them. In 2010 I replaced the factory tires in a 2009 GMC Z71 which had 64000 miles on them. In 2013 I purchased a new Chevy Z71 which came from the factory with some small plan looking tires, so I replaced the factory tires with my old A/T2's from the trade in GMC. I currently have over 155000 miles on these tires, I'm starting to think I should replace them just because of the mileage. But looking at these tires you would not think they need replaced. All I can say is if you keep these tire rotated and balanced, you will not be disappointed in you purchase.

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

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          Part numbersTire Size, Load Index & Speed RatingMSRP $
          (PER TIRE)
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          16696LT285/70R17/D 121 R$307Inventory Available
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          Mileage WarrantyTread FeatureSidewallRim Width Range (Min/Max)Section Width on Measuring Rim WidthOverall Diameterrevs/miTread Depth (in 32nds)Max Load, Single
          (lb @ PSI)
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          Tire Weight
          60,000 MileDTORWL7.5" - 9"11.5" on 8.5"32.8635163195@652910@6553.7
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