Michelin® AIR X® radials typically weigh 20–30% less than comparable bias tires, and they operate at cooler temperatures.
Michelin’s carcass design helps restrict tire growth and the stretching of rubber. Durable cut-resistant tread includes deep skid depth and specially-designed circumferential grooves.
Sidewall is optimized for both ozone and ultraviolet light protection which helps reduce ozone cracking in key areas of the tire.
The Michelin® AIR X® casing is more flexible than casings used in bias tires.
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|Size||Ply Rating||Speed (MPH)||Part Number||Brand||TL/TT||Avg |
|24x7.7R10||16||225||M18201||Michelin Air X||TL||24||Embraer 190 (NLG)|
|32x8.8R16||12||190||M13201||Michelin Air X||TL||41||ATR 42 (MLG)|
|H34x10.0R16||14||190||M10001||Michelin Air X||TL||55||ATR 72 (MLG)|
|H38x13.0R18||20||225||M19601||Michelin Air X||TL||84||Embraer 170, 175, 175AR (MLG)|
|H41x16.0R20||22||225||M18602||Michelin Air X||TL||129||Embraer 190 (MLG)|
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