Michelin MXV-P | 185R14




Michelin MXV | Michelin MXV TiresMichelin has been on the cutting edge of radial tire technology since first introducing the X tyre in 1949. Particularly important in authentic and historically correct restoration projects for many European models, Michelin Classic tires continue to offer the highest quality radial tires in many original sizes and tread patterns. These 14 inch radials feature the MXV-P tread pattern and an H speed rating. Michelin MXV tires are built in the authentic molds and are available in many sizes for European and US models. Michelin MXV is available in the very popular 185R14 size fitting dozens of classic American and European automobiles.
Tire Series MXV-P
Brand Michelin
SKU 629707
Product Size 185R14
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Width Radial 185 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 80
Rim Diameter 14
Overall Diameter (in) 25.6
Section Width (in) 7.4
Rim Width (in) 4.00 - 6.50
Speed Rating H
Load Index 90
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Michelin MXV-P | 185R14
Michelin MXV-P | 185R14 Michelin MXV-P | 185R14

Please Note

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

Product Questions & Answers

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Bias Ply Tire with Inner Tube for 1971 Triumph Stag Wire Wheels
By Jay Engh on September 25, 2018

Thanks for reaching out! Click Here and Click Here for some correct radial tire options. Click Here for tubes. The car would have come from the factory with radials, but if you prefer bias ply tires you might consider a 735-14 as seen here: Click Here

Coker Tire Support on September 25, 2018
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Under specsifications you state "tubless" yet under "other stuff you may like" you list an offset valve tube. Is it optional to use a tube?
By Kent Evanson on July 23, 2018

Tubes are offered for otherwise tubeless tires when it is possible they may be mounted on a wire rim, split rim, or similar. If a tire is mounted on a rim that does not hold a seal, then a tube is required. In some cases a tube is optional, and sometimes it is not. Whether a tire needs a tube or not does not necessarily depend on if it is marked "tubeless. "

Coker Tire Support on July 23, 2018
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