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Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country Touring 265/70R16

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Laredo Cross Country Touring Tires by Uniroyal

Originally founded in 1892 in Connecticut, the Uniroyal is a well-known manufacturer of tires. Formerly known as the United States Rubber company, the brand was acquired by French tire maker Michelin and ceased to exist as a separate business. Today around 1,000 workers in the U.S. remain employed by Michelin to make its Uniroyal brand products.

One of Uniroyal's best known tires is the Tiger Paw introduced in the 1960s and included as original equipment for that decade's muscle cars such as the Pontiac GTO, which itself was promoted as The Tiger during its early years. Today, Uniroyal still uses the Tiger Paw brand name in its tire line.

Uniroyal Tires are known for their dependability and comfort, performing well in wet and dry conditions. That's why Uniroyal has become a trusted part of the lives of millions of both Americans and Canadians over the five generations since we were founded as the U.S. Rubber Company in 1892.

At Wheelwiz, we are proud to offer customers Uniroyal Tires.

Buy Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country Touring (68386) tires online, shipped straight to your door anywhere in Canada. To find out which Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country Touring tires are right for you, be sure to choose a vehicle or contact one of our experts to ensure a proper fit.


Title Uniroyal Laredo Cross Country Touring 265/70R16
SKU / Part Number 68386
Price $0.00
Manufacturer Uniroyal
Weight (approx.) 36.42 lb
Model Laredo Cross Country Touring
Sidewall Type Outlined Raised White Letter
Size Description 265/70R16
Diameter (in) 16
Runflat? No
Rim Width Min (in) 7.0
Rim Width Max (in) 9.0
Overall Diameter (in) 30.6
Width (mm) 265
Profile 70
Max Pressure (psi) 44
Max Load (lb) 2245@44
Load Rating 112
Construction R
Speed Rating T
UTQG 540-A-B
Type Summer/All Season
Tread Depth (mm) 12.5
Warranty (km) 100,000


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