395/85R20 Michelin XZL+ (J/18-Ply) w/ 100% Tread (A- Grade)
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These are full-tread 395/85R20 Michelin XZL+ take-off tires, but are sold with a slight discount due to minor external flaws. The most common is hairline surface checking between the tire lugs (or the very top edge of the sidewall), or from chain/strap imprints from when some of these tires were secured to spare tire carriers. The blemishes are aesthetic only, and do not affect the usability or longevity of the tire.
Also please note that this listing is for the ‘+’ version of the 395/85 R20 XZL, which will have shallower lugs (26/32″) than the non-plus XZL (33/32″). The XZL+ has a slightly smaller overall diameter as a result, so keep this in mind if you’re ordering these tires as spares. To determine which style you have, simply look for the 395/85 R20 (XZL) stamped on your tire’s sidewall; the XZL+ will have a ‘+’ sign, the regular XZL will not.
Most tires will still have varying amounts of runflat lubricant on the inside, a byproduct of the rubber runflats they were originally installed with. This water-soluble lubricant is easiest to remove using a soft plastic putty knife or thick cardboard to scoop out the majority of it, and then following up with a nylon scrub brush and mild soap and water to remove any remaining residue.
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