Robust and durable trailer tyre
- Reliability in everyday use
- A cost-effective solution
MICHELIN X® MULTI™ : national and regional operations on all types of roads
A radio frequency identification (RFID) chip is an intelligent, wireless electronic device that can be used to identify unique items according to a standard system in order to store and transfer the corresponding data.
The M+S marking is based on the manufacturer declaration, without regulatory criteria linked to performance. Only the M+S marking is universally recognised to identify winter tyres (UNECE R54 & R117). To ensure the best adequacy of the tyre with its usage, we recommend to systematically check the M+S and 3PMSF markings indicated on the tyre sidewall and also on our documentations and website
For your trailer equipped with 425 65 R 22.5, 245/70 R19.5, 265/70 R19.5, 285/70 R19.5 or even 9.5 R17.5, the MICHELIN XTE2 / XTE2+ tyre is the proven solution with good reliability and durability
WHY CHOOSE THIS TYRE?
Optimise the tread pattern and casing:
When you buy tyres, you look for a good investment. Better to spend a little more upfront but use your equipment for longer.
And while the lifespan of any new MICHELIN tyre is already substantial, you can, just as for any other MICHELIN HGV product, regroove it using the XTE2 / XTE2+ solution to increase mileage by up to 25%. Once you have reached the legal tread limit, have your tyre retreaded by taking advantage of the MICHELIN REMIX™ solutions and enjoy similar performance as a new tyre.
Reliability in everyday use:
The cargo in trailers is sometimes very heavy, and it’s not always easy to ensure it’s ideally distributed. MICHELIN XTE2 and XTE2+ tyres will stay by your side for a long time thanks to their sturdiness and reliability. The rubber compound on the tread optimises scrub resistance.
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MICHELIN - Tyres range - Truck & bus - EN
All dimensions (5)
Tyre overall diameter and not only the rim
Tyre width between the two sidewalls
Min dual spacing
Minimum separation space in dual configuration
|Pressure single||8.5 bar|
|Pressure dual||8.5 bar|
|Max load per tyre single||143 kg|
|Max load per tyre dual||141 kg|
International Article Code
Tyre radius when mounted on the loaded vehicle
Retread info (to come)
|Theoretical regrooving depth||3|
|Regrooving width||6 - 8|
6 classes from A (the best performing) to G (the worst performing). Class D is not used.
The difference in fuel consumption between class A and class G tyres can be up to 7.5%.
The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a tyre (energy efficiency) are measured through the rolling resistance. A low rolling resistance of the tyre is crucial to contribute to fuel savings.
The only safety criteria for this labeling.
It is the braking on wet surfaces which is noted (at 80km / h), and not the handling. This is graded from A to E
EXTERNAL ROLLING NOISE
Measures exterior tyre noise, in decibels (dB). Classification in 3 sound levels which depend on the size of the tyres.
The aim of the legislator is to fight against noise pollution for residents.