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  1. #11

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    Funny thing about the correct tyres. I did a quick search using the tyre sizes on the Motorhome. Kwik Fit as an example got the correct type of van but quoted different sizes to the ones I have on already. Id best check the owners manual. Its based on a Peugeot Boxer 2007 2.2 HDI. These are the ones listed.Current one in bold

    195/70/15
    205/70/15
    215/70/15
    225/70/15

    225/75/16
    215/75/16
    Last edited by Toffeecat; 06-01-2019 at 17:47.
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    More back ground reading for you -
    What tyres?
    Ref my post no 10.
    Has my views changed since that post - Nope
    Have I got the Nest Stuck in the mud since then - Yep (& Sometimes Well n good)
    But the kinda park ups I get to are often out the way or across Soft ish or Rabbit or Mole Hole & Tunnel infested Fields where The Nest can sink a good 5 inch or so, I regularly find it’s kinda ok so long as it’s fairly dry & you keep moving SLOWLY !. (Check Out the tread patterns)
    66C140D8-08B7-43BB-BE71-6DD41F05CF7D.jpg
    (I’ve got a Tag axel based on a 1996 Peugeot Boxer 320 2.5TD & had 7 x 205/70/15s Fitted)
    Last edited by Nesting Zombie; 06-01-2019 at 19:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffeecat View Post
    Funny thing about the correct tyres. I did a quick search using the tyre sizes on the Motorhome. Kwik Fit as an example got the correct type of van but quoted different sizes to the ones I have on already. Id best check the owners manual. Its based on a Peugeot Boxer 2007 2.2 HDI. These are the ones listed.Current one in bold

    195/70/15
    205/70/15
    215/70/15
    225/70/15

    225/75/16
    215/75/16
    generally bigger tyres handle the weight better ... but
    theres quite a difference in circumferance between 195 70 15 and 225 75 16 , the speedo would need recalibrating when changing from one to tother.
    first thing id do is follow the mrs in the car at a steady 50 mph to see what the van speedo says .
    if its correct stick with the size of tyre youve got. or the next largest.
    bigger tyres than the ones that match the speedo will result in the speedo reading low. all the speedo actually knows is the revs per minute of the drive wheels, it uses a nominal circumferance of the tyre to give speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricc View Post
    generally bigger tyres handle the weight better ... but
    theres quite a difference in circumferance between 195 70 15 and 225 75 16 , the speedo would need recalibrating when changing from one to tother.
    first thing id do is follow the mrs in the car at a steady 50 mph to see what the van speedo says .
    if its correct stick with the size of tyre youve got. or the next largest.
    bigger tyres than the ones that match the speedo will result in the speedo reading low. all the speedo actually knows is the revs per minute of the drive wheels, it uses a nominal circumferance of the tyre to give speed.
    I was just going to say something similar
    I would be surprised if that range of sizes are all options on the exact same van as there will be such a difference in rolling circumference. May also be a clearance thing on the wheelarch (the bigger tyres may go with a raised 4WD option maybe?).

    I changed from 195/70R15 to 215/70R15 and my speedo went from overreading (showing higher than actual speed) to underreading by about 2%.
    I chose bigger specifically to get higher gearing as the Sprinter/LT Dually is so low geared.

    Choice of tyre can depend on miles you plan to do as well of course. so many motorhomes do little miles - if you are one of those, may as well get a high wearing tyre as no point in having a tyres with loads of tread left that you have to change as it is cracking with age.
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    Just compare the sizes on 'will they fit' website ready reckoner. Will tell you all you need to know including speedo reading differences

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    Hangkook tyres are good standard fit on some fords nowadays but not the premium Michelin charge

    Channa
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    Quote Originally Posted by channa View Post
    Hangkook tyres are good standard fit on some fords nowadays but not the premium Michelin charge

    Channa
    I have Hangkook full winter tyres on, I love them even in the summer in the South of France, I am in the Alps now and the reassurance I have on ice and snow is impressive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffeecat View Post
    Funny thing about the correct tyres. I did a quick search using the tyre sizes on the Motorhome. Kwik Fit as an example got the correct type of van but quoted different sizes to the ones I have on already. Id best check the owners manual. Its based on a Peugeot Boxer 2007 2.2 HDI. These are the ones listed.Current one in bold
    I had the same van and from new it had Bridgestone Duravis R 630 215/70 R15C 109/107S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffeecat View Post
    Funny thing about the correct tyres. I did a quick search using the tyre sizes on the Motorhome. Kwik Fit as an example got the correct type of van but quoted different sizes to the ones I have on already. Id best check the owners manual. Its based on a Peugeot Boxer 2007 2.2 HDI. These are the ones listed.Current one in bold

    195/70/15
    205/70/15
    215/70/15
    225/70/15

    225/75/16
    215/75/16
    Do check you buy the correct Load Index tyres ie. 116 118 ect.
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    in the boot

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    Another one here for Hankook Vantra.Much nicer ride than Michelin and Continental camper tyres, quieter too.

    Korky.

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