All MICHELIN® tires have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty, which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first.
(1) Meets the USTMA (U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association) snow traction performance requirements.
(2) Based on a treadwear test using tires in size LT265/70R17 121/118R on 2018 Ford F250 pickup trucks, loaded to 9800 lbs, versus the following competitors. Actual on-road results may vary. Average projected mileage to wearout: Michelin® Agilis® CrossClimate® : 24,500 miles, Bridgestone® Duravis™ M700 HD : 20,600 miles, Firestone® Transforce™ AT2 : 22,000 miles, and Firestone® Transforce™ HT: 19,800 miles.
(3) Based on internal wet braking tests from 50 MPH using tires in size LT265/70R17 121/118R on a 2018 Ford F-250 versus the following competitors. Actual on-road results may vary. Average distance to stop: Michelin® Agilis® CrossClimate® : 147.5 ft, Bridgestone® Duravis™ M700 HD : 151.6 ft, Firestone® Transforce™ AT2 : 158.0 ft, and Firestone® Transforce™ HT: 169.3 ft.
(4) Based on internal snow handling tests using tires in size LT265/70R17 121/118R on a 2018 Ford F-250 versus the following competitors. Actual on-road results may vary. Average acceleration performance (%): Michelin® Agilis® CrossClimate® : 100%, Bridgestone® Duravis™ M700 HD : 73%, Firestone® Transforce™ AT2 : 91%, and Firestone® Transforce™ HT: 94%.
>> The sizes shown are average design values for tires measured on specified measuring rim widths. Some tires may vary from this value by +/-3% of the section height (affecting overall diameter), and +/-4% of the section width.
>> Section width varies approximately 0.2" (5mm) for every 0.5" change in rim width.
>> Tread patterns are often tuned to accomodate different tire widths. Tires for a particular dimension of a given tireline may vary in appearance from the tire shown in the photograph.
WARNING: Serious or fatal injury may result from tire failure due to underinflation or overloading. To ensure correct air pressure and vehicle load, refer to vehicle owner's manual or tire information placard on the vehicle. Serious injury or death may result from explosion of tire/rim assembly due to improper mounting. Only tire professionals should mount tires and they should never inflate beyond 40 psi to seat the beads. Before mixing types of tires in any configuration on any vehicle, be sure to check the vehicle owner's manual for its recommendations.
DANGER: Never mount a 16" diameter tire on a 16.5" rim.
DANGER: Never mount a 17" diameter tire on a 17.5" rim.
Inflation pressure increase must not exceed the maximum pressure branded on the tire sidewall. When a customer requests a replacement tire with a lower speed rating than the original equipment tire, you must clearly communicate to him or her that the handling of the vehicle may be different, and that its maximum speed capability is limited to that of the lowest speed-rated tire on the vehicle. Exceeding the lawful speed limit is neither recommended nor endorsed.
For high-speed driving, additional inflation pressure and possibly reduced tire loading and/or upsizing is required. In the absence of specific recommendations by the vehicle manufacturer, use the following guidelines based on those in the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organization Standards Manual.
For speeds over 160km/h (100 mph), load and inflation must be adjusted according to the table below.
T-Speed Rated Sizes:
Maximum Speed (mph) 100 106 112 118
Inflation Increase (psi) 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0
Load Capacity (% of max.) 100 100 100 100