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  • - Your owner's manual
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  • Long Life on Gravel
  • All-Terrain Traction
  • On Road Refinement
  • Mileage warranty: 60,000 miles. See warranty for details.
  • Standard Limited Warranty: 6 years
Michelin®

LTX® A/T2

LTX® A/T2 is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 798.
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$217.99 to $386.99 each
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Why should you consider this tire?

A Light Truck and SUV all-terrain tire with a compound designed to resist chipping and tearing, providing excellent durability when the pavement ends.

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MICHELIN® Tire Performance at Michelin®, we continuously strive to offer the best possible balance of performance for every use.

MICHELIN® TOTAL PERFORMANCE reflects our focus on whole tire life, delivering excellent targeted features and benefits with no compromise in other areas. Furthermore, we ensure that all our tires have PERFORMANCE MADE TO LAST, delivering, by design, an exceptional level of long lasting performance… so that our customers can enjoy the full potential of the tire throughout its entire lifespan.

Warranties

60
60,000 Miles Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty

These MICHELIN® tires carry a 60,000 miles limited warranty in addition to the standard materials and workmanship warranty for treadwear or mileage.

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Available on: LTX® A/T2
Speed Rating: R , S , T
Standard Limited Warranty

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.

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*Mileage Warranty Exceptions
Split fitments – If your vehicle has tires of different sizes on the front versus the rear axles, your tires cannot be rotated as recommended. Therefore, the mileage warranty on each rear tire will cover half the number of kilometres as the standard mileage warranty for that particular tire line. ZP (Zero Pressure) tires – The maximum mileage warranty for ZP tires is 30,000 miles.

Available Versions for LTX® A/T2

Tire Size
Part Number
Warranties
RIM Size
16"
LT245/75R16/E 120/116R LRE
52691
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT265/75R16/E 123/120R
03869
60,000 Miles / 6 years
P265/70R16 111S
21267
60,000 Miles / 6 years
RIM Size
17"
245/65R17 107S
47965
60,000 Miles / 6 years
265/65R17 112S
97614
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT235/80R17/E 120/117R
35847
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT245/75R17/E 121/118R
06682
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT245/75R17/E 121/118R LRE
33918
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT265/70R17/E 121/118R
69422
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT265/70R17/E 121/118R LRE
67198
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT285/70R17/E 121/118R
61143
60,000 Miles / 6 years
P265/70R17 113S
67236
60,000 Miles / 6 years
RIM Size
18"
LT265/70R18/E 124/121R
09068
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT275/65R18/E 123/120R LRE
03822
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT275/70R18/E 125/122R LRE
71991
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT275/70R18/E 125/122S
32157
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT285/65R18/E 125/122R
09247
60,000 Miles / 6 years
P275/65R18 114T
06841
60,000 Miles / 6 years
RIM Size
20"
275/55R20 113T
21011
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT275/65R20/E 126/123R
04238
60,000 Miles / 6 years
LT285/55R20/E 122/119R LRE
16270
60,000 Miles / 6 years
P275/60R20 114S
36429
60,000 Miles / 6 years

Ratings & Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best tire I’ve ever owned I am on my third set. The first two were on a 1/2 ton truck that saw occasional off road use. These tires dig like crazy in the mud, they have excellent wet traction and stick like glue on dry pavement. The previous set lasted to 111,000 miles with rotation and balance every 10k. This was on a set of “E” load range that has a trailer of some sort behind them at least a few times a week. My current set is on a 3/4 ton and with 70,000 +, they still have a lot of life left. You won’t find a more comfortable and quiet tire.
Date published: 2020-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never a problem I bought a set of these so long ago that the Discount Tire I purchased them from refused to fix a flat or rebalance. I gave the truck I had (1997 Chev Z71) to my son and the tires had over 95,000 miles on them. I suggested a change because some rotting was appearing. Now I have new (used) RAM Limited and will be putting a set of these on.
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great on my Tundra Went up to a 17" wheel on my 2005 Tundra but wanted the same speed readout so got the 265/65-17s and couldn't be happier. I don't do any serious off-roading so can't comment on that aspect, but they were as smooth as glass at 95mph on the freeway during an emergency run the the ER last week!
Date published: 2020-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from better then i expected replaced my factory goodyear sra on my 2013 ram 1500 4x4 at 17000 miles because the goodyear is not at all a 4x4 tire still have the michelin ltx at2 on it today at almost 52000 miles still has plenty of tread to go another 15000 to 20000 miles probably want reach 60000 miles because i like keeping decent treaded tires.they ride quite and smooth they are pretty decent offroad not in real soupy mud though but is not a true mud tire.they ford owners crying about their miles on the tires not the tires it is the truck grew up driving and riding in fords and every one we owned wore tires out quick no matter what you put on them reason i don't care about a ford and my father quit driving them to about 15 years ago
Date published: 2020-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible vibration, will not balance (old generation) Installed in Late October and have had problems ever since. First issue is that I received the old generation LTX AT2, even though the Mechelin and Costco websites show the new generation. When I took delivery, Costco assurred me that they would re-order and get me the correct ones. They have re-ordered three times and keep receiving the old generation. Additionally, they have rebalanced them three times and dismounted/remounted all four tires to try to stop them from vibrating. I personally watched the tech put significant effort into balance them accuratley, still no luck. One of the Costco shop employees noticed that I was there for the third time and said they have had similiar issues and complaints with these tires. Costco has offered me a full refund, and has apoligized for the issues. I ordered another set from another tire shop, but they also received the old generation. My Toyota Tundra came stock with the old generation, which I had no issues with. I was excited to get the latest generation, but no luck. I just want to have what I purchased, and I want my truck to stop vibrating. Obviously, one or more of the tires is defective. Michelin - please help!
Date published: 2020-01-20
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