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I see the summer price drop is here.
been using those already 3 winters and two summers and I am extremely happy.

https://www.mytyres.co.uk/cgi-bin/rshop.pl?dsco=110&cart_id=qVst3H2CFcgtSgeG.110.796972845&sowigan=GAN&Breite=215&Quer=70&Felge=15&kategorie=6&rsmFahrzeugart=ALL&Label=C-A-73-2&details=Ordern&typ=R-346788

just thought I’d share.

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Do you need to put winter tyres on at a certain time of year where you are? Do you bother, or just stay with the winter version 
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morning all

may  i make a suggestion that anyone with 215/70/r15c  tyres on a heavy van upgrade to the larger  225/70/r15c 112/110r tyres

this is one of the upgrades needed if you upgrade your van  to 3.850t,   basically, the tyres are stronger and can carry more weight

and a good  safety option especially,  as most vans, are near or overweight on the rear axle

i have advised a couple of people with vans that are near or over the 3.5t limit to do this and they have done so 

take care

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My 2 recent replacements are the heavier size and are on the rear, when the 2 fronts go they will be replaced with them as well. 
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Those are 4 seasons. Summer here is sometimes 40C air and winter -20. Snow, ice and hot asphalt. I do not bother changing them. Just pressure check once per year with the MOT.
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That has reminded me, I bought some wheels off RayC (where has he gone?) and finally got around to having the tyres removed and put them in to be powdercoated. I just called the company and was told they’re in the oven and should be ready tomorrow once that have checked them over.  Then I can start swopping my tyres off my original wheels. Then perhaps I’ll get the originals done as well to keep a few spares already built up.  Or not.  I’ve gone away from the original silvery colour and settled on a satin black as they’re hidden behind trims anyway and always get coated with brake dust. 
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Good price that for winters

We run Toyo H09 winters all year round, good tyres on mud, snow, everything.

Great price too, bought ours when we bought the van 2 years ago in Hamburg, paid in euros, a fraction over £400 English pounds for all 6 tyres.
The dealer in Germany fitted them as part of deal.
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