Michelin XAS-FF | 155HR13 78H
Michelin XAS-FF | 155HR13 78H Michelin XAS-FF | 155HR13 78H Michelin XAS-FF | 155HR13 78H Michelin XAS Tires
SPECIFICATIONS
Tire Series XAS-FF
Brand Michelin
SKU 51205
Product Size 155HR13 78H TL
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Radial Width 155 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 80
Rim Diameter (in/mm) 13 inch
Overall Diameter (in) 23
Section Width (in) 6.2
Rim Width (in) 4.00 - 5.50
Service Description 78H
Speed Rating H
Load Index 78
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless

Michelin XAS-FF | 155HR13 78H

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MICHELIN® XAS-FF 155 HR 13 78H TL

The XAS is a high quality Michelin radial for many popular European applications requiring a 13-15 inch radial tire and authentic styling. These radial tires feature Michelin's XAS tread pattern and an H speed rating. From its launch in 1965, the Michelin XAS remained the reference tire until the end of the seventies. The first tire with an asymmetrical tread pattern, the inside and outside of Michelin XAS tires work differently to give the car a good balance. Michelin made progress by differentiating the many elements that form the tire, leading to the creation of the XAS. The XAS was constructed taking into account the different kinds of work done by the shoulders, sidewalls and different parts of the crown, depending on whether they are on the inside or outside relative to the car. Just like a persons foot is asymmetrical, the inside and outside of a tire work differently to give the car good balance and sure handling. This major advance allows the XAS tire to give remarkable stability,? exceptional road holding ability and exceptional levels of grip in all conditions.? The first production tire designed to run at 210km/h, (131mph), its exceptional performance led to the XAS being used in racing in Formula France in 1968, circuit racing, rallies and hill climbs.

155R13

1981-83 Honda Civic 1300 FE,1500 DX,1500GL Wagovan (OE with 155R13)
1980-82 Nissan 310 GX,Deluxe, GX Hatchback (OE with 155R13)
1983-84 Nissan Pulsar NX (OE with 155SR13)
1983-87 Renault Alliance (OE with P155/80R13)
1984-86 Renault R18i Sportwagon (OE with 155R13)

1980-89 Subaru DL Coupe,Sedan,Wagon (OE with 155SR13)
1980 Triumph Spitfire Base standard (OE with 155R13)
1980-81 Volkswagen Dasher (OE with 155R13)
1987-1992 Volkswagen Fox (OE with 155SR13)
1980-84 Volkswagen Rabbit L,LS,S,Wolfsburg (OE with 155/80R13)

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.

XAS-FF Tire Series

STABILITY & SPECIAL COMPOUND "FORMULA FRANCE"
Formula France “FF” tires have a slightly stiffer sidewall than the regular XAS. Stability & road holding when cornering. The "FF" (Formula France) is a tread mix which has been developed for racing use: circuit, rally and hill climbing. Thanks to an asymmetrical sculpture and its highly efficient special "Formula France" tread mix, this tire provides optimal adherence for track and rally use.

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:
Is this the same tire as the Michelin XAS FF sold in Europe?
By Bill Moore on May 23, 2018
Answer:

Yes, this is the exact same tire made by Michelin.

Coker Tire Support on May 23, 2018
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