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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabsim View Post
    When I started looking for tyres I was interested in the cross climates but unfortunately it turned out only Continental made tyres to fit my rims and meet axle loadings. I only had the choice of two and selected the 4 Season tyres, initially I thought they were a bit harsher than the original Conti’s but they have settled in okay. They have the snowflake M&S but not the 3 Peaks, couldn’t get Any 3 Peak tyre to fit mine unfortunately.
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    How long ago was this? wondering as I think I have the same wheel size as you and similar loading and found Cross Climates to suit when I checked. But this was recent and maybe just introduced when I happened to check.
    Couple of years ago someone posted on here about Cross Climates, at that time they where not available for vans, or at least not for Fiat Maxi chassis, but it appears they are now.

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    Agilis Cross Climates have barely been out a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildebus View Post
    How long ago was this? wondering as I think I have the same wheel size as you and similar loading and found Cross Climates to suit when I checked. But this was recent and maybe just introduced when I happened to check.
    It is a combination of wheel size and rear axle weight after it was operated Dave. I think you said yours was twin wheel axle where mine is single. It’s on 15” rims and rear axle is plated at 2430kg.

    It was a worrying time for a bit lol, thought I was going to have to go to 16” rims and most of the offers are not stamped to take the weight. I had a few tyre fitting firms involved and emails to manufacturers. Out of all the big names only Continental still produce a suitable tyre. By the time I found it I had almost given up lol
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    Ah yes, you have an uprated weight don't you, and most (all?) put on the rear.
    The extra weight of the 4.6t over the more typical 3.5t is all on the rear as well but the dual wheels make it about the same load rating as the single wheels.
    I recall now you had a thread about the problem trying to find new wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildebus View Post
    Ah yes, you have an uprated weight don't you, and most (all?) put on the rear.
    The extra weight of the 4.6t over the more typical 3.5t is all on the rear as well but the dual wheels make it about the same load rating as the single wheels.
    I recall now you had a thread about the problem trying to find new wheels.
    Yes it was quite worrying, tyre fitting places weren’t sure if there was enough clearance on the front for bigger rims for tyres that would take the load as profile would have changed as well as size. Was looking like arches may have needed cutting/flaring but inner wing was doubtful as well.

    Not really something you think about when you buy a van though, you just assume as it gas tyres they are rightand you can still get some. Or was that just me being naive?
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    I notice on the michelin website it states that cross climate are not suitable for motorhomes.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCRUMPY BOY View Post
    I notice on the michelin website it states that cross climate are not suitable for motorhomes.!
    Agilis CrossClimate is the range for vans.

    MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate tyre | Michelin UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark61 View Post
    Agilis CrossClimate is the range for vans.

    MICHELIN Agilis CrossClimate tyre | Michelin UK
    Will they be ok on a citroen relay conversion .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCRUMPY BOY View Post
    Will they be ok on a citroen relay conversion .
    Provided they meet or exceed the load rating for the size of tyre you want, I don't see why not. They look like a great choice of tyre to me. Always best to double check with tyre people though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCRUMPY BOY View Post
    I notice on the michelin website it states that cross climate are not suitable for motorhomes.!
    Michelin are just continuing the propaganda, there are no CP tyres in the size used on my van, as my tyres exceed the specs for CP tyres, fitting CP tyres would be exceedingly dangerous, let alone illegal for the axle ratings.

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