Discussion in 'American RV's' started by mike/jen, Aug 5, 2011.
Can anyone help ? I am after some m/s 225x75x16R Load Rating 115/112 or higher. x 4 Tyres
Are the Avon av9s any good for you? I have them on my wagon and they are ace..
is so looka t Hilldwellers post a few days back £389
Also we do have a member that owns a tyre retailer. He gives good advice and decent prices for many unusual types like RV tyres.
You could pm him. (brian evans)
I haven't used them myself but shortly will be doing on the car Continentals. I was assured by a friend of mine who owns two garages of repute that this brand is the trades favourite for their own cars.
Of course I know not if this is true but I do know that he knows I get my tyres from a one man band man who comes and does the deed outside my house so he had nothing to gain I feel by spinning a yarn.
There must be several traders on here who could vouch on devouch this opinion.
Hello, I have used kuhmo tyres on my American travel trailer and also my Landrover.
They seem to me to be a very good tyre at not stupid prices.
Also BFGoodrich do the 'lt' tyres.
I have here a set of four bfg's for sale in the size you want but they have been used, and are mud terrain, so a little more grippy than the all terrrain/mud and snow that you are looking for.
Try black circles they give you the choice of local fitters
dont know if this link will work
May I suggest you have a chat with "BrianJoJosh" members on this site, based at Oswestry, they helped our friend out recently with tyres for his RV, at a very reasonable price.
They fit them on your doorstep
I have a Fiat Ducato based Chausson which has a set of 215/70 R15 CP 109R tyres.
Can any one clarify the significance of the R in a load rating of 109R and P in the CP speed rating?
Would a tyre rated just 109 and C be good enough.
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