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car tires on a van
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I was looking round and its very hard to get good van tires for the small berlingo wheel without paying 100 euro plus.

I never carry great weight. Besides the doe test etc for every day use do ya really need van tires.

Also what load rating would ya need for the berlingo. What is it on the berlingo family car.

If I put car tires on i can get very good tires for about 60 euro
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I use michelin energy, car tyres, had them on for a year/20k miles, rears hardly worn, front down to around 4/5mm and I generally carry around 400kilo including passenger and fuel.
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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These are on the front of my van.
£80 for a pair. (Fitted, valve, balance & disposal.)
http://www.toyo.co.uk/tire/pattern/proxes-cf1
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