Your 4 tonne chassis will be well within the capabilities of the Yokohamas. Without looking, from memory the load ratings were very generous.Thanks I'll look in to those , I need to make sure they are ok up to 4000 kg which is what are van is plated at. Matt
Don't blame me if the new ones are no good though!!!!!I've just ordered some tyres from Asda to be fitted this afternoon.
I have gone down the route of JonandShells comment and voted with my pocket.
The new ones are within the speed rating for the 'van and within the load rating and came in at half the price of those super duper 'Camping Tyres"
Whats more, the fuel efficiency rating is two rungs up the ladder from the Michelins and the wet grip is the same. I can live with the two extra decibels. I'll just turn the radio up!!!
Took me ages to find out (the date stamps were on the inside of the tyre fitment). It turns out that our Furst Reg 20th Sept 2007 'van is running on Week 1 2006 tyres. No wonder they were cracking
I can confirm the Yokahamas are exactly the same load/speed index.Having trouble finding winter camping tyres for our twin rear wheel mrk 7 transit as the originals are starting to age crack and are van tyres
Sizes are 185/75/16 104/102r
Any help would be great thanks Matt
Wouldn't dream of blaming anyone Jon but, as they have said in the past, van tyres have to be made to suit the purpose and that includes driving over half bricks on building sites, being loaded up to the gunwales and beyond and being used and abused on a daily basis.Don't blame me if the new ones are no good though!!!!!