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I have a set of Michelin latitude cross 235/55/17 on my joker very pleased with them so far, just waiting for snow to arrive in Scotland but they have worked well in all other conditions.Good plan, I also get 15% off the Michelin as a hero at ATS-Euromaster.
And lifetime puncture / repair / replacement for free anywhere I can get to an ATS.
So no need for a spare.
Saw a set of CC on a pickup 4x4 thing at Groot service station in Belgium today. They looked well worn, so using them all seasons I guess. Liked the tread patternWe’ll just passing 20,000 miles on present set and tread depth 4.1 to 4.5 mm, across all 4 tyres, on a 4 Motion. I run at 44psi all round.
It is typically the Michelin Latitude Cross that corresponds to this useI run normal road tyres on my 16” beach standard wheels - can anyone recommend a tyre for my needs - i have a separate set of winter tyres / wheels so have snow n ice covered - i like exploring off road in warm places so need a tough tyre that grips on loose gravelly sandy tracks / can grip on a steep damp climbs / cruises efficiently at 70 on the motorway - the off road tyres seem at bit too heavy for what i need - many thanks
Agilis cc is available in 17”Where did you see this info? The Agilis CC's designed for vans but only available in 15 and 16" sizes have an initial depth of 9.2mm. The CC2's seem to be 10/32 or 7.9mm when new.
Agilis cc is available in 17”
17” wheels fitted with the correct sized tyres have the same circumference as 16” wheels fitted with the correct sized tyres. The 17” tyres will have a lower height sidewall compared with the 16” tyres.I've been debating about tyres for ages without coming to any conclusion but it's become immediate now as I need new fronts, mot advisory only but I'm not happy to keep using them. I want to get some ATs but can't find any to fit the 16in wheels on my 2007 SE (same as Coast) with the right weight rating.
I want some steel wheels as well but not the VW ones.
I don't need to think about snow because I'm not planning continental travel but most of my camping is on grass in UK summer which usually means mud! This has been the first summer I haven't had any sticky moments.
Thinking of getting 17in wheels but I'm a little concerned about larger wheels and ATs fouling the wheel arches. My van is factory lowered but it's only 30mm.
Just wondered if anyone has done this with a lowered van?