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Michelin PREMIER LTX Tires (235/65R18) $121.33

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TireRack.com has Michelin PREMIER LTX Tires (235/65R18) on sale for $121.33 now $123.14 each. Shipping is free.
They also have 70$ rebate on the set of four tires.
https://www.tirerack.com/specialo...omoID=M087

Note, tire disposal fee may apply and vary by state. You may also select free shipping to a recommended installer, or opt for order-pickup for an additional $10 per tire discount in the shopping cart.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/ti...VR8PRLTXV2


Includes Free Road Hazard Protection https://www.tirerack.com/modalPop...w&amt=47.0 ($42.08 value for two-year coverage).

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/ti...VR8PRLTXV2
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This is a great price! Purchased these tires from Costco 2 years ago and they were a lot more. Tire rack is offering $80 prepaid card rebate. Just received mine from buying 4 Michelin X-ice tires.
Where do you see the $80 Tire Rack rebate? I see the $70 rebate for Michelin. Would love to stack if there is another Tire Rack specific rebate going on....
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Is this deal only for this size? Or are other sizes available?

Thanks.
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Tirerack survey also rates treadwear at 4.9, so it's not a unique experience.
absolutely agree with the lousy treadwear rating on this. I am at ~24k miles on two SUVs and back in the market for tires already. And before anyone asks, alignment was done after tires replaced and they are wearing evenly. I would not recommend these. not even at this or lower prices...
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#34
All you people that are asking my vehicle has that size will this size work... tiresize.com tells you all the particulars on how they compare.

Really only 2 things to consider...one is clearance as in does it physically fit and turn without rubbing....and two, what percentage is your speed/odo being off acceptable to you. In some cases, the new size can be programmed right into the car so the speed/odo is still accurate with bigger or smaller tires. Maybe a 3rd consideration is wheel width, but you'd usually be going pretty drastically different before having to worry about that, thus not normally a factor if looking at slightly different sizes to save a buck.
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Probably what the tire is worth if based solely on thread wear. I had these in my Ford Explorer Sport and they were already out at 30K miles (60k warranty). Rotated every 5k miles, aligned twice, and balanced as needed. Good thing I got it from costco and easily got back half of what I paid towards new set of Michelins (defenders this time) after showing necessary documentation.

Now, performance wise, these are amazing. Explorer handled like a car when these are on and now handles like a truck with Michelin Defenders, I didn't have problems stopping either.

TL;DR: these are great tires, just be prepared for short lifespan so make sure u keep tabs on the requirements for warranty claims.
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How many miles before a tire wears out is extremely variable.

Generally speaking.

Where you drive ? Highway usually more mileage on tires than stop and go, unless very fast driving. Rough road wears more than smooth road.

When you drive ? Hot temps, greater wear.

How you drive ? (How often you use your brakes? ) Aggressive wears more than "driving like an old person" So going fast around turns means more wear. More braking, more wear.

Weight of your vehicle ? Heavier wears more.

Air pressure in tires ? More pressure but still in manufacture's specs, less wear.

How far are you willing to wear the tread out before replacing? More tread, safer. Less tread, less rolling resistance so more distance/wear.


By the way, this seems like a really good deal.
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Good deal, although these wear out way faster than the warranty. Mine wore out on my Subaru at 22k, with them being rotated every 6k, and mostly country mile/highway driving.
I have the original Michelin Premier A/S and the treadlife on those are terrible. They start off lower at 8/32" which was supposed to be fine because they were a lot slower. But that didn't turn out to be the case. Now figuring out how the mileage warranty works...
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I just got an email from Discount Tire about a $100 off flash promotion tomorrow and Wednesday. These tires are included. Seeing as Discount price matches, this seems like an even better deal.
Will they factor in their promo when pricematching though?
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Where do you see the $80 Tire Rack rebate? I see the $70 rebate for Michelin. Would love to stack if there is another Tire Rack specific rebate going on....
Where do you see the active $70 rebate for Michelins?
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I'd go for the defender LTX.
Ltx is definitely the model to go with but I think the defender uses a harder compound that lasts longer. Supposedly it's a little louder than the premier ltx. I can't speak to the premier LTX but I have no complaints from the defender ltx (so far 35k on this set and zero complaints).

Do a google search for michelin ltx and you will see many people raving about them and running the tires to 80-100k without issues. My cousin had the ltx on his ridge line and went 120k with them. Within the last couple years, Michelin offered the ltx in the premier (softer) and defender series.

I have a 2011 pilot and my first set of LTX's took me to 81k. I had like 30% tread left but I went ahead and replaced them with the defender LTX which is supposed to be as rugged and long lasting as the original LTX.
What's the main difference between the Defender H/T and LTX? I just see longer stopping distances, 10k less tread warranty, and a few bucks more on Discount Tire Direct.
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I dont believe it was the tires fault, not on a subaru. I get about 35k on my genesis and 55k on my lincoln and both should wear the premiers faster than a subaru. Was it worn evenly?
Yes, and factory alignment was perfect before install. Tire pressures always kept within 1-2psi too. AWD cars wear tires faster, but not that much faster.
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#42
Mine delivered and installed (additional $78) today. Looks and feels very nice. Slick deal!
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#43
Can I use it on my tundra? My tundra used 235/70/R18. Thanks
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#44
Deal like this makes me wish we stayed with 18s. With great wheels comes great re$pon$ibilitie$
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No I would not suggest going 2 sizes up from original
Here a Tire size Calculator.. The larger tire will change your speed odo.. Other than that the 65 sidewall would be softer and smoother driving exp..

https://tiresize.com/calculator/
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