Michelin MXV | 185R14 90H
Michelin MXV | 185R14 90H Michelin MXV | 185R14 90H
SPECIFICATIONS
Tire Series MXV
Brand Michelin
SKU 629707
Product Size 185R14 90H TL
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Radial Width 185 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 80
Rim Diameter (in/mm) 14 inch
Overall Diameter (in) 25.6
Section Width (in) 7.4
Rim Width (in) 4.00 - 6.50
Service Description 90H
Speed Rating H
Load Index 90
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless

Michelin MXV | 185R14 90H

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MICHELIN® MXV 185 R14 90H MXV P TL

Michelin 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.

185R14

1966-72 Mercedes-Benz (W108) 
1980 Mercedes-Benz 280SE (OE with 185HR14)
1980 Mercedes-Benz 300SD (OE with 185HR14)
1980-83 Peugeot 504, 504 Wagon (Diesel) (OE with 185R14)

1984-85 Peugeot 505 GL Wagon,S,S Wagon (OE with 185SR14)
1990-93 Volvo 240 DL,SE Wagon (OE with 185SR14)
1980-89 Volvo 245 DL,GL (OE with 185SR14)
1980-81 Volvo 265 GLE (OE with 185SR14)

Fits these models and others. Please refer to your owners manual for details on the correct tire fitment requirements.

H Speed Rating

H Speed Rated: Up to 130 mph (210 km/h). Often required OE for higher performance trim level classic automobiles.

MXV Tire Series

THE GRIP FOR 80s SALOON AND CONVERTIBLE CARS. Sidewall protector. The tire includes a heavy-duty rubber bead on its outer sidewall, in order to protect the wheel or hubcap from curbside friction. Grip on dry and wet roads. Thanks to a symmetrical sculpture, this tire guarantees grip on dry and wet roads. Fitments for Mercedes, Volvo, Pontiac, Plymouth, Triumph, Mustang, Rover, Oldsmobile, Peugeot and others.

Michelin Brand Collector Vehicle Tires

Michelin is known for its high quality tires, and we keep thousands of popular Michelin tires in stock every day. Our Michelin product offerings include fitments from the 1920's all the way into the 2000's, with an intense focus on classic sports cars. Build quality, fitment options and period correct styling makes the Michelin product line a favorite among sports car enthusiasts around the world.

Please Note

  • 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

 
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Question:
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
Answer:

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

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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