Michelin TB5

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Michelin TB5 | Michelin TB5 Tires

Michelin TB5 radial tires come with a serious racing pedigree, their TB tread pattern and W or V speed rating are all business. These tires are an excellent application for restored rally cars, racers and many other performance applications requiring a 13-15" high performance tire. It is a competition tire, but the incredible TB5 is also ECE approved. The TB 5 F is a soft compound tire and the TB 5 R is a medium compound tire. Available in many sizes for European and US autos. TB Course competition tires are tubeless and ECE approved. Michelin is the undisputed leader in tire quality and performance and Michelin Classic TB5 tires are built in the authentic molds exclusively distributed in North America by Coker Tire Company. Please note that some of the larger 15 inch Michelin TB5 sizes are W speed rated.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU MICHELINTB5
Brand Michelin
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless
Tire Construction Radial
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Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
What do you think about using the TB5 as a front tire and the TB15 as rear tire?
By Walter Brown IV on April 30, 2016
Answer:

We will need more information about your car and intended usage to offer such a recommendation. Please contact us at 1-800-251-6336, or support@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on May 02, 2016
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Question:
are these bias tires? i want to run the tb5 285/40/15 on the rear and a 195/50/15 street radial on the front of a replica
By andrew on November 11, 2016
Answer:

Michelin TB5 and TB15 tires feature radial construction.

Coker Tire Support on November 11, 2016
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Question:
whats the pros & cons about hotrods with nostalgic slicks on rear and radials on front!! Or bias on back and radials on front! thank craig
By Craig Beckwith on July 08, 2017
Answer:

We never recommend mixing bias ply and radial tires on the same vehicle as this results in hazadously unpredictable handling.

Coker Tire Support on July 10, 2017
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