Light aircraft tire MICHELIN® PILOT®
main landing gearbias

light aircraft tire
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MICHELIN® PILOT® High Performance Bias Tires For Piston And Turboprop Aircraft As our history proves, Michelin never stops innovating. Building on our heritage of offering ultra high performance tires for cars and motorcycles, MICHELIN® Pilot® aircraft tires are designed to be the best tire money can buy for propeller driven aircraft, offering the latest high performance features. Extra Long Tire Life More landings due to highly-durable rubber compounds and up to 21% deeper skid depth than the leading competitor’s tires*. Aramid Blended Belts Helps provide an exceptional level of strength and durability Optimized Tread profile Helps provide for true track taxi, take offs, and landings Tubeless Design Reduces overall wheel weight and helps eliminate tire creep on the wheel (MICHELIN Pilot tires can be used with a tube on tube-type rims) All Weather protection Designed for longterm ozone and UV light protection, and excellent hydroplane resistance EXTRA LONG Tread LIFE In addition to 21% deeper skid, the Michelin Pilot features an optimized tread profile, designed for even pressure distribution in the contact area, extending the life of the tire. PROTECTION AGAINST ALL WEATHER The Michelin® Pilot® benefits from the latest high-tech ozone and UV resistant components, providing protection in all weather conditions. The two large grooves in the tread effectively drain water on wet runways and promote excellent resistance to hydroplaning for safer operations in wet-weather conditions. AN IMPROVED CARCASS STRUCTURE The Michelin® Pilot® tire employs the latest technologies in carcass design, to allow deeper skid depth, with less weight.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.