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Excellent A/T tires
I am living in Thailand. There is a few review and feedback here. I have bought a set of 4 tyres (265/70R16) fitted in Chevrolet Colorado (C-Cab LT 3.0 AT Z71 model 2005) in August 2018 with a cheapest tyres I ever bought to replaced BF KO2.
I figured these a set of tyres is quiet, smooth ride, high corner grip, good stability control in bot dry and wet surface or concrete and bitumen road.
For now, 27/9/2019, I have used is for more than 45,000 km with first 5000 km, and the next each 10,000 km tyre rotation and balancing. I fell tyre surface still soft, rounded, even wear, and easy to balanced.
I hope this set will be used exceed 80,000 km.
I will purchase the new set again.
Purchased in August 2018.
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Bought a set of Michelin LTX Force tyres to replace previous set Bridgestone 697 Duelers, which only traveled 43,500kms before requiring replacement.
The Michelins LTXs are wearing a lot better , having now done almost 13000kms and only 1 mm of tread wear. (down to 8mm from 9mm when new.)
Fitted to a Suzuki Grand Vitara 2012 (constant 4wd) I find them very quiet on the black top, grip on gravel roads, wet bitumen very good. Couldn't fault them on sand. Only down side with these tyres are the stones that get trapped in tread voids. (Not as bad as the previous Bridgestones though).
Tyre size 225/65/17, Bought from Bob Jane for $235 each Oct 2018.
Expecting to get 78,000kms out of this set. Highly recommended.
I’ve got a set of the Michelin LTX Force in 265/65/17 fitted to my Amarok. I’ve had them on for around 20,000km so far. These tyres have been great. I’ve been everywhere with them, ie. Oodnadatta Track, High Country, Arnhem Land, Lerderderg State Park, Loveday 4X4 Park etc. Quiet and smooth on road, nice and grippy on wet roads, no punctures, very minimal chipping and they go great off road. I usually drop them down to around 28psi and you can tackle anything. In my experience with these tyres you don’t need a heavy and aggressive LT AT tyre which comes with increased fuel economy and more noise on road. Get a set of these to take you everywhere.
Purchased in March 2018.
Greatly improved our Rangers ride and handling
Purchased these for our 2013 Ranger with 97000 klms on it and has made a whole world of difference to the utes ride and handling and is much quieter , highly recommend the LTX Force
Purchased in April 2019 at Valley Tyres for A$230.00.
So far so superb!
I’ve only done the first 1000km on them and hence can’t comment much on their durability and handling in other weather conditions but the general handling and quietness compared to the price is surely a jackpot. They’re soft, quiet and superb in handling corners and appear to have the capability of ‘pinching’ the tarmac. Still yet to try sandy and other terrains...
Awesome look, quite responsive
Haven't had these for too long so can't say much about the durability but seem very good so far. Quite responsive and noise is pretty low. Overall, I'm very impressed with the noise and responsiveness compared to the price. Much better than tyres with similar prices. Nothing wrong with it so far.
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A Must Consideration
Michelin LTX Force 265/65/17 have been on my Isuzu D max 2013 for 20,000 klms. At first I noticed and was pleasantly surprised by the soft, quiet and comfortable ride compared to all the previous quality 4WD tyres I have had in the past. A much softer tyre so I assumed they would wear much quicker. I have found just the opposite. After 20,000 klms I am surprised there is very little wear.
We have had a wet summer season recently and I cant fault them on very wet roads with excellent braking and cornering. I usually drive to the speed limit an...
Brand New Series Tyres
Purchased a Brand New set of Michelin LTX Force. Tyres visually appear better in real life than in the photos. Deep Tread with large voids. I'm hoping they live up to expectation.
A great tyre that sits between H/T and a A/T, but more on the A/T side with slightly agressive tread pattern.
Tested the tyres while towing an empty trailer in wet weather. Really impressed how the tyres dissapates water on the road, excellent low level road noise similar to the stock Dunlop AT20s.
Traction in the wet is fantastic, much better than the stock Dunlop AT20s.
Gravel roads, Michelin LTX Force far superior than the Dunlop AT20s which had a tendency to drift. Stone collection in the tyres clear out really well once you return to the tarmac.
Questions & Answers
How much for 265 75 16 all terrain
In Michelin westite in Thailand, I did not found tire series 75. Tire size 265/70R16 it cost around 5290 Thai baht (5290/21=252 AUD) per tire (but I can buy at tire shop cheaper than recommended sell price show in tire company website).
Please contact tire dealers in your country for the exactly price.
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