Michelin ZX | 135SR15




Michelin ZX | Michelin ZX Tires Michelin ZX Tires are high quality Michelin radials for many popular European applications requiring a 13 inch radial tire and authentic styling. These 13 inch radial tires feature Michelin's ZX tread pattern and an S speed rating. The Michelin ZX was the innovative product of years of tire engineering development. This tire evolved from the revolutionary X Radial and brought even more reliability and performance to the tire market. Radial tires held distinct advantages over the bias ply tires of the era with better ride characteristics and much better tread life. Radials also paid off at the fuel pumps with dramatically increased fuel efficiency. The ZX line draws from an incredible legacy of Michelin Classic tires and is available in popular 13- and 15-inch sizes for American and European automobiles.
Tire Series ZX
Brand Michelin
SKU 55595
Product Size 135SR15
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Width Radial 135 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 80
Rim Diameter (in) 15
Overall Diameter (in) 23.5
Section Width (in) 5
Rim Width (in) 3.50 - 4.50
Speed Rating S
Load Index 72
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Michelin ZX | 135SR15
Michelin ZX | 135SR15 Michelin ZX | 135SR15

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included.

Product Questions & Answers

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Do you need to run a tube with the Michelin 135r15?
By Jim Thomas on September 22, 2018

This tire does not require a tube unless your rims does not hold a seal, such as as wire spoke wheel does not.

Coker Tire Support on September 24, 2018
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I know it is not recommended, but can you tell me the estimated section width of Michelin ZX 135SR15 SKU #55595 mounted on a 5 inch rim.
By Bill on October 04, 2019

Given that the wheel width does not exceed the section width listed, the section width would still be 5" at the widest point, mounted.

Coker Tire Support on October 04, 2019
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