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  1. Gen1 Tundra Parts Classifieds - (2000-2006)
    Four almost new 265/70R16 Michelin Defender LTX tires AND wheels! Less than 1000 miles on them. Wheels fit any first gen Tundra or Sequoia, or similar vehicle with 6 lug pattern Located in San Diego, asking $500
  2. General Classifieds and Miscellaneous Items
    4 - 18" Aluminum Alloy Wheels w/Michelin LTX AT2 Tires P275/65R18 with approx. 7/32 tread. Excellent condition. $800 Local pick up only. Palm Beach County, Florida
  3. Sequoia
    Hi guys, Need new tires, can't find MS/2, has anyone installed the Michelin Premier LTX? I have a 2010 Sequoia Platinum Please let me know. Thanks.
  4. 1Gen-Tundra
    My Tundra is getting a new set of Michelin LTX M/S2's tomorrow! Nothing fancy, just plain Jane P245/70R16s
  5. 1Gen-Sequoia
    Hello All, I have a 2001 Toyota Sequoia SR5 4X2 that needs 4 brand new tires. My current tires are the Michelin Cross Country 265/70/16. The original tire size recommended for my vehicle is 245/70/16. Should I go with the recommended size or replace them with my current tire size now? I...
  6. Tires and Wheels
    Question for you all... I'm driving a Gen-2 Tundra with the 5.7 liter and regularly haul a 24' Travel Trailer as well as small cargo trailers. My Tundra is also my daily driver. I've recently upgraded from the Bridgestone Dueller that came as the OEM tires on my truck. (275/65r18) I replaced...
  7. 2Gen-Tundra
    Finally got my new tires on... The OEM Bridgestone Duellers had to go. With only 35500 miles on them, they were almost thread bare. Walked into the local Discount Tire today and discussed tires with them and got nearly $400 towards a new set of Michelin LTX M/S 2's light truck tires. The...
  8. 4Runner
    Have '03, 4runner, Michelin LTX/MS2. Long story, but these are a new set of tires by tire dealer to see if vibration issue in front end cured by changing tires. Shop also says front end alignment all right and everything is tight. Not much changed, so looking at replacing parts. Grocery list...
  9. 1Gen-Tundra
    After reading so many great reviews about Michelin LTS M+S, and the fact that COSTCO has $70 off a set of 4 tires, I thought I better get moving. While at COSTCO, the tire guy suggested I also consider Michelin Latitude. They cost about $75 more for 4 over LTS. Any experience out there on the...
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