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Triumph Stag Tyres


  • The Triumph Stag initially came fitted with 185-14 Tyres.
  • Presently the best tyre for a pre-1976 Triumph Stag is the 185 HR 14 Michelin MXV-P .
  • For these tyres we recommend the Michelin 14F inner tube.
  • In 1976 Triumph found that their Stag had improved handling when fitted with 175 HR 14 Michelin XAS , so they changed the standard fitment of the Stag to 175HR14 making this the best tyre for a Triumph Stag today.
  • These tyres would best fit an Michelin 14E inner tube.
  • We are aware that many people want a tyre with a white band for this car, the 185 R 14 Michelin MXV Whitewall offers this whilst also offering the best performance.
  • We have also sourced a 195/75 R 14 Hankook Whitewall with a 3/4" white band which is excellent value.

Here is what Longstone Tyres recommends based on your Triumph Stag tyre needs:

185 HR 14 Michelin MXV-P for a Triumph Stag (1970-1976).

175 HR 14 Michelin XAS for a Triumph Stag (Post-1976).


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    Triumph Stag Recommended Tyres


  1. 175HR14 Michelin XAS
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    175 HR 14 Michelin XAS

    Starting at $255.36 $212.80

  2. 185HR14 Michelin MXV-P
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    185 HR 14 Michelin MXV-P

    Starting at $319.20 $266.00

  3. 185 R 14 Michelin MXV Whitewall
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    185 R 14 Michelin MXV Whitewall

    Starting at $396.48 $330.40

  4. 185 HR14 Michelin MXV-P
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    Set of 4 185 HR14 Michelin MXV-P

    Starting at $1,226.40 $1,022.00

  5. 185HR14 Michelin MXV-P
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    Set of 5 185HR14 Michelin MXV-P

    Starting at $1,510.32 $1,258.60

  6. 185 R14 Michelin MXV Whitewall
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    Set of 4 185 R14 Michelin MXV Whitewall

    Starting at $1,505.28 $1,254.40

  7. 185R14 Michelin MXV Whitewall
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    Set of 5 185R14 Michelin MXV Whitewall

    Starting at $1,795.92 $1,496.60

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History of the Triumph Stag

Built between 1970-1977, the Triumph Stag was a convertible four-seater luxury sports car designed to compete with the Mercedes-Benz SL. However, for structural rigidity and to meet the new American rollover requirements a B-pillar was added that was connected to the windscreen via a T-bar. The car however suffered from mechanical unreliability (notably overheating) for which most owners replaced the engine entirely, some even putting in the Triumph 6-cylinder that the car was originally designed for.


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