†Based on wet braking test results for LT-metric sizes versus Bridgestone(R) Dueler(TM) H/T 684 II and Goodyear® Wrangler® SA.
*Based on Wet Braking test results for LT-metric sizes versus Bridgestone(R) Dueler(TM) H/T 684 II and Goodyear(R) Wrangler(R) SR-A.
OE Code [Original Equipment Key]: DC = DaimlerChrysler, F = Ford, HO = Honda, I = Infiniti, L = Lexus, MA = Mazda, N = Nissan, T = Toyota
>>The dimensions shown are average tire 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.
WARNING: Serious or fatal injury may result from improper mounting, from underinflation/overinflation/overloading or from tire damage due to abusive use.
Michelin Middle East Inc. does not endorse the operation of any vehicle in an unsafe or unlawful manner. Excceding the safe, legal speed limit is neither recommended nor endorsed.
IMPORTANT: While all-season tires are designed to provide reliable performance in moderate winter conditions, the use of four (4) tires is recommended for optimal preformance and may be mandatory in certain jurisdictions.
DANGER: Never mount a 14" diameter tire on a 14.5" rim, or a 15" diameter tire on a 15.5" rim, or a 16" diameter tire on a 16.5" rim, or a 17" diameter tire on 17.5" rim, or a 19" diameter tire on a 19.5" rim, or a 22" diameter tire on a 22.5" rim, or a 24" diameter tire on a 24.5" rim.
Passenger sizes in Light Truck/SUV applications have reduced load capacity. This will differ from the maximum load branded on the tire sidewall.