Does Any Funster Use Kenda Tyres? (1 Viewer)

Affiliate links here may earn MHF compensation

JJ

Mágica
May 1, 2008
19,320
48,676
Quinta Majay, Pinheiro Bordalo, Portugal
Funster No
2,459
MH
Burstner Privilege T
Exp
over 50 years
Buying 6 tyres this/next week and have been offered Kenda, Dunlop, Michelin, Bridgestone or Firestone.

Guess which is the most affordable by far...

(Only ever travel at 80 kph.)


JJ :cool:
 

Chris

LIFE MEMBER
May 5, 2010
21,084
282,420
Funster No
11,412
MH
None
Exp
10 years
I had one fitted as an emergency following a blow out on my old van.

It seemed ok, but I know zilch about tyres (amongst other things).
 
  • Like
Reactions: JJ

andy63

Free Member
Jan 19, 2014
4,672
15,018
south shields
Funster No
29,767
MH
None
Exp
since 1990
had a full set of kenda on an old mk3 transit for no other reason than that's what the lad had in at the time , and don't remember having any issues. I was looking for budget tyres as the van was just a plodder lol.
ta andy
 
  • Like
Reactions: JJ

Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
36,820
133,438
Sutton on Sea, UK
Funster No
1
MH
Adria Panel Van.
Exp
Since 1988
@Jim I have to buy a full set this year and was looking at going to Michelin . So, Jim, you don't rate them?
Cheers

Certainly don't, I had Michelin campers on my Hymer and she was terrible, on wet grass she'd slide and spin all over the place. Switched to a van tyre, Avons and they were much better and a fair bit cheaper. Michelins are very hard wearing, but motorhomers need to change their tyres long before the tread is worn.
 

Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
36,820
133,438
Sutton on Sea, UK
Funster No
1
MH
Adria Panel Van.
Exp
Since 1988
Also, the Michelens I've had have been hard rides, with the recommended psi of 80
 

Join us or log in to post a reply.

To join in you must be a member of MotorhomeFun

Join MotorhomeFun

Join us, it quick and easy!

Log in

Already a member? Log in here.

Latest journal entries

Funsters who are viewing this thread

Back
Top