MICHELIN XDS® 2 Pre-Mold Retread
The Michelin XDS®2 Pre-Mold Retread / Recap delivers improved year-round drive axle traction, optimized for severe winter conditions.
WHY THIS RETREAD / RECAP?
Driving confidence in severe weather conditions comes with the improved traction of the MICHELIN® XDS®2+ Pre-Mold Retread / Recap.
Deep sipes, zig-zag groove walls with optimized biting edges, and v-shaped transverse shoulder grooves for stone/mud/snow evacuation, deliver year round driving confidence.
Wide contact patch to distribute force.
Matrix Sipes provide inter-locking action which offers excellent traction and even wear.
Directional tread that reduces heal/toe wear.
Teardrop at the base of the sipes relieves stress and helps prevent tearing.
25/32nds original tread depth
BENEFITS AND FEATURES
1. Long Tread Life
Proprietary tread compound specifically formulated for demanding high scrub applications and improved wear performance.
2. Long Tread Life
Distributes force over a larger contact area.
3. Long, Even Tread Life
Designed for long mileage and even wear.
Wide open shoulder grooves help deliver traction without compromising tread life.
5. Driver Confidence
Promotes stone, mud, and snow evacuation.
6. Outstanding Traction
Provide optimized biting edges and excellent water and snow evacuation.
7. Long Tread Life
A teardrop at the base of the shoulder sipe relieves stress and helps prevent tearing.
Michelin XDS®2+ Pre-Mold Retread / Recap
REFERENCE MATERIALS - DOCUMENTS
Michelin XDS® 2 + Pre-Mold Retread / Recap Product Sheet
Michelin Truck Tire Data Book
Michelin Retread Technologies, Inc. National Limited Warranty and Enhanced Michelin X One® Casing Warranty
Michelin Retread Technologies Quick Reference Tread Guide
|Tread Width||220 mm|
|Tread Depth||25/32 nds|
Pre Mold Process
Also known as a "pre-cure" process. Tread rubber used in this process is molded and pre-cured by the tread rubber manufacturer, Michelin Retread Technologies (MRT). The appropriate tread is selected – design, width, thickness – and applied to a prepared casing. The casing is prepared by placing a cushion gum bonding layer between the tread and casing. The tire then moves to the chamber for curing.