Michelin Pilot Tire 15X6.0-6 Tl/Tt 6 Ply 160 025-501-0

Part# 06-03067
MFR Model# 025-501-0


The MICHELIN® PILOT® high performance bias tire is designed to be the best tire money can buy for propeller driven aircraft. Reflecting their proven history of developing ultra high performance tires, the MICHELIN PILOT tire offers the latest state-of-the-art features.

Extra Long Tire Life
Engineered from the ground up to provide more landings due to highly-durable rubber compounds and up to 21% deeper skid depth than the leading competitor’s tires.

Latest Carcass Technologys
Helps provide an exceptional level of strength and durability.

All Weather Protection
Designed for longterm ozone and UV light protection, as well as excellent hydroplane resistance.

Optimized Tread Profile
Helps provide for true track taxi, take offs, and landings.

Tubeless Design
Reduces overall wheel weight and helps eliminate tire creep on the wheel (MICHELIN Pilot tires can be used with a tube on tube-type rims).

Exceptional Balance
Exclusive manufacturing process results in built-in balance for smooth taxing and even tire wear.
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Always have Michelins on my vehicles so thought it would be cool to have them on my Amphib cub but the profile of the tire is a little lower than the Condor so sent them back because I didn’t want to give up any clearance on my floats

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MICHELIN PILOT TIRE 15X6.0-6 TL/TT 6 PLY 160 025-501-0

January 28, 2023


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