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Michelin 245/65R17 Defender LTX M/S Tires on sale for $183.97 - $71.32 now-> $63.87 when you select free store pickup = $112.65 now-> $120 each (price updates during checkout.
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Walmart has the Michelin 245/65R17 Michelin Defender LTX M/S Tires [walmart.com]
for $113 when selecting store pickup discount. Regular price is $183.97 and the pickup discount is $71.32.

This is an all-season tire for light trucks, SUVs and crossovers.

Set of four comes to $450.60. Shipping to the store is free.

Tire installation from $12 per tire. Click here [walmart.com] for more info.

I would ship to a store with automotive services so the tires can be installed, unless you want to take the tires elsewhere for installation.

Tire Information:
The Michelin Defender Standard Touring All-Season tire has arrived to serve the drivers of family cars, minivans and small crossover vehicles looking for tires that will provide a confident driving experience that helps protect those they care about most. In addition to enhancing vehicle fuel economy by meeting Michelin Green-X low rolling resistance objectives, Defender tires are designed to deliver extra long wear, comfortable driving characteristics and all-season traction in dry, wet and wintry conditions, even in light snow.

The Michelin® Defender® LTX® M/S combines the proven tread design of the LTX® M/S2 with Evertread™ compound to provide durable tread life, no matter the season.

Take on tough jobs with long-lasting Michelin® Defender® LTX® M/S tires, made for today's high-torque vehicles. These tires take the proven tread design of Michelin's best-selling LTX® M/S and enhance it with EverTread™ compound. This combination provides light trucks, SUVs and crossovers with even longer tread life – and confident traction – throughout the year. The unique compound increases tire durability in high-torque situations like towing. You can do more in every season with outstanding wet braking and superb snow traction. And with eco-friendly MaxTouch Construction – designed to reduce fuel consumption – you can get more miles for your money. Plus, with Michelin® tires, you get peace of mind with the Michelin® Promise Plan™.



Other tires available with deep pickup discounts (final price listed)

Michelin 265/75R16 Michelin Defender LTX M/S Tires [walmart.com]
Only 4 left in 265/75 R16 for $126 each

Michelin 265/70R18 Michelin Defender LTX M/S Tires [walmart.com]
$129 for some 18" rims

Cooper CS5 Grand Touring 106T Tire 235/65R18 [walmart.com]
$106 for 18" rims

Yokohama S34F 82V Tire P185/55R15 [walmart.com]
$72 for 15" rims

Cooper Discoverer H/T 100S Tire P215/75R15 [walmart.com]
$67 for 15" rims
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List of vehicles that this tire may fit:

245-65-17 Vehicle listing [wheel-size.com]

Acura [wheel-size.com] (1) SLX [wheel-size.com]
BAIC [wheel-size.com] (1)
B40 [wheel-size.com]

Buick [wheel-size.com] (1)
Rainier [wheel-size.com]

Chevrolet [wheel-size.com] (2)
TrailBlazer [wheel-size.com] TrailBlazer EXT [wheel-size.com]

Daihatsu [wheel-size.com] (2)
Rocky [wheel-size.com] Rugger [wheel-size.com]

Dodge [wheel-size.com] (1)
Dakota [wheel-size.com]

Fiat [wheel-size.com] (1)
Fullback [wheel-size.com]

Ford [wheel-size.com] (4)
Endeavour [wheel-size.com] Everest [wheel-size.com] Explorer [wheel-size.com] Explorer Sport Trac [wheel-size.com]

GAC Toyota [wheel-size.com] (1)
Highlander [wheel-size.com]

GMC [wheel-size.com] (2)
Acadia [wheel-size.com] Envoy [wheel-size.com]

Honda [wheel-size.com] (2)
Pilot [wheel-size.com] Ridgeline [wheel-size.com]

Hyundai [wheel-size.com] (2)
Veracruz [wheel-size.com] ix55 [wheel-size.com]

Infiniti [wheel-size.com] (1)
QX4 [wheel-size.com]

Isuzu [wheel-size.com] (5)
Alterra [wheel-size.com] Ascender [wheel-size.com] D-Max [wheel-size.com] MU [wheel-size.com] VehiCROSS [wheel-size.com]

JAC [wheel-size.com] (1)
T6 [wheel-size.com]

Jeep [wheel-size.com] (4)
Cherokee [wheel-size.com] Commander [wheel-size.com] Grand Cherokee [wheel-size.com] Liberty [wheel-size.com]

Kia [wheel-size.com] (1)
Sorento [wheel-size.com]

Lincoln [wheel-size.com] (1)
Aviator [wheel-size.com]

Mercury [wheel-size.com] (1)
Mountaineer [wheel-size.com]

Mitsubishi [wheel-size.com] (4)
L200 [wheel-size.com] Nativa [wheel-size.com] Pajero Sport [wheel-size.com] Triton [wheel-size.com]

Nissan [wheel-size.com] (1)
Pathfinder [wheel-size.com]

Oldsmobile [wheel-size.com] (1)
Bravada [wheel-size.com]

Toyota [wheel-size.com] (2)
Highlander [wheel-size.com] Kluger [wheel-size.com]

Volkswagen [wheel-size.com] (1)
Amarok [wheel-size.com]

Volvo [wheel-size.com] (1)
XC90 [wheel-size.com]
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How do I check if this will fit a 2011 Nissan Rogue?
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How do I check if this will fit a 2011 Nissan Rogue?
Tirerack.com or discounttire.com and then shop by vehicle
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How do I check if this will fit a 2011 Nissan Rogue?
Walmart has a tire finder here [walmart.com]

Or just look on the side of your tires.
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List of vehicles that this tire may fit:

245-65-17 Vehicle listing [wheel-size.com]

Acura [wheel-size.com] (1) SLX [wheel-size.com]
BAIC [wheel-size.com] (1)
B40 [wheel-size.com]

Buick [wheel-size.com] (1)
Rainier [wheel-size.com]

Chevrolet [wheel-size.com] (2)
TrailBlazer [wheel-size.com] TrailBlazer EXT [wheel-size.com]

Daihatsu [wheel-size.com] (2)
Rocky [wheel-size.com] Rugger [wheel-size.com]

Dodge [wheel-size.com] (1)
Dakota [wheel-size.com]

Fiat [wheel-size.com] (1)
Fullback [wheel-size.com]

Ford [wheel-size.com] (4)
Endeavour [wheel-size.com] Everest [wheel-size.com] Explorer [wheel-size.com] Explorer Sport Trac [wheel-size.com]

GAC Toyota [wheel-size.com] (1)
Highlander [wheel-size.com]

GMC [wheel-size.com] (2)
Acadia [wheel-size.com] Envoy [wheel-size.com]

Honda [wheel-size.com] (2)
Pilot [wheel-size.com] Ridgeline [wheel-size.com]

Hyundai [wheel-size.com] (2)
Veracruz [wheel-size.com] ix55 [wheel-size.com]

Infiniti [wheel-size.com] (1)
QX4 [wheel-size.com]

Isuzu [wheel-size.com] (5)
Alterra [wheel-size.com] Ascender [wheel-size.com] D-Max [wheel-size.com] MU [wheel-size.com] VehiCROSS [wheel-size.com]

JAC [wheel-size.com] (1)
T6 [wheel-size.com]

Jeep [wheel-size.com] (4)
Cherokee [wheel-size.com] Commander [wheel-size.com] Grand Cherokee [wheel-size.com] Liberty [wheel-size.com]

Kia [wheel-size.com] (1)
Sorento [wheel-size.com]

Lincoln [wheel-size.com] (1)
Aviator [wheel-size.com]

Mercury [wheel-size.com] (1)
Mountaineer [wheel-size.com]

Mitsubishi [wheel-size.com] (4)
L200 [wheel-size.com] Nativa [wheel-size.com] Pajero Sport [wheel-size.com] Triton [wheel-size.com]

Nissan [wheel-size.com] (1)
Pathfinder [wheel-size.com]

Oldsmobile [wheel-size.com] (1)
Bravada [wheel-size.com]

Toyota [wheel-size.com] (2)
Highlander [wheel-size.com] Kluger [wheel-size.com]

Volkswagen [wheel-size.com] (1)
Amarok [wheel-size.com]

Volvo [wheel-size.com] (1)
XC90 [wheel-size.com]
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This is a very highly rated tire.
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How do I check if this will fit a 2011 Nissan Rogue?
Look on the inside of your driver door for tire size you should use
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Discover card should do additional 5 or 10%
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Does anyone know what Walmart's policy is on installing non-factory sized tires onto a vehicle? These are just a tad off from factory, and I've been keeping my eyes on a set of these for quite some time but they're usually very pricey.
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Does anyone know what Walmart's policy is on installing non-factory sized tires onto a vehicle? These are just a tad off from factory, and I've been keeping my eyes on a set of these for quite some time but they're usually very pricey.
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Does anyone know what Walmart's policy is on installing non-factory sized tires onto a vehicle? These are just a tad off from factory, and I've been keeping my eyes on a set of these for quite some time but they're usually very pricey.
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Does anyone know what Walmart's policy is on installing non-factory sized tires onto a vehicle? These are just a tad off from factory, and I've been keeping my eyes on a set of these for quite some time but they're usually very pricey.
Bro, my local walmart are such pricks when it comes to shit like this, that I almost want to guarantee they wont install them for you. Just trying to save you some headache, you are gonna have to have someone else put them on the rim and then car for you. Doesn't hurt to try though, you may get lucky!
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Does anyone know what Walmart's policy is on installing non-factory sized tires onto a vehicle? These are just a tad off from factory, and I've been keeping my eyes on a set of these for quite some time but they're usually very pricey.
My Walmart installed all four tires backwards on the rim (bought and installed there). Word on the street is pretty much the same -- bottomfeeders of auto service. They'll probably do whatever you want.
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