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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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#46
Deal like this makes me wish we stayed with 18s.
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Just ordered a full set, should look good on the van. Had some offbrands before, never again.
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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.
You're not the only one complaining. I just got credited for a set. A lot of people are reporting premature wear. No where near what the tread life is supposed to be.
My dealer said Michelin is taking heat. That's probably why these are so cheap. I was given a good amount of money back in pro-rate and told to stay away from these. They were on my wifes Audi. I did what the Tire guy told me and took my credit and put it down on another set of non Michelin tires.
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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.
What docs did you need to provide? I'm about to do the same with Costco on these tires.
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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.

Sorry for the late response, just seeing your question now.

I honestly don't know what the differences are. My original set were Michelin LTX. When it was time for me to replace, I saw that they offered the Defender LTX and the premier. Based on what I read at the time, the defender was the closest to the orignal and the premier was a softer compund intended to be quieter. I had no issues with the original ones and wanted them again so my decision was to go defender LTX. Sorry, not much help here.
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I got my $70 rebate in the mail today. Legit deal!
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Can't get this to load :/
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#53
Will this work on 2018 crv ex awd ? Original size is 235/60/18. This one is 235/65/2018 not sure if it's a big difference.
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https://www.wheel-size.com/size/honda/cr-v/2018/
use this one
https://www.wheel-size.com/calc/?...0mm&sr=0mm
When speedometer reads 60 km/h actual speed will be 61.9 km/h if you use the 65 aspect ratio tires. Yes, it will work.
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