Michelin TB15+ | 18/60-15
MICHELIN TB15+ 18/60 - 15 X TL (215/55R15 79V)
Michelin TB15 radial tires come with a serious racing pedigree. The TB tread pattern and W or V speed rating are all business. These tires are a fantastic fitment for restored race cars, rally cars and other performance applications requiring a 13-15" tire of this type. For the amateur racer the TB in its intermediate compound form, known as the Michelin TB15, offers the perfect blend of race and high per romance street tire. The TB15 has another Ace up its sleeve, ECE approved! Available in many sizes for European and US autos. TB15 Course competition tires are tubeless. Michelin is the undisputed leader in tire quality and performance and Michelin Classic TB15 tires are built in the authentic molds and distributed exclusively in North America by Coker Tire Company. Please note that some of the larger 15 inch Michelin TB sizes are W speed rated.
A mixed tyre for classic car rallies
Available in 13" and 15"
IMPORTANT GRIP ON WET ROADS
The MICHELIN TB15+ comprises several longitudinal lines allowing it excellent water evacuation.
Designed using a rubber formula that allows for maintaining consistent performance under changing wet conditions.
|Product Size||215/55R15 79V|
|Width Radial||215 mm|
|Radial Aspect Ratio||55|
|Rim Diameter (in)||15|
|Overall Diameter (in)||24.37|
|Section Width (in)||8.58|
|Rim Width (in)||6.0 - 8.0|
|Tube Type or Tubeless||Tubeless|
|Tread Compound||Mixte (combination F/R)|
- Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included. Please note that dimensions listed (tread width, section width and overall diameter) are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted to a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.
Product Questions & Answers
By Harold Williams on March 21, 2018
Our tires are generally between 6-12 months old dates, and in the cases of less frequently sold items they can have slightly older dates. We rotate our stock regularly. All tires are stored in a climate controlled, industry approved facility and their service life does not begin till they are mounted on the car. Because of this the specific DOT dates are not readily available.Coker Tire Support on March 22, 2018