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Hi yesterday I put on 6 new Michelin Agilis Cross Climate LT16/235R tires. They are a new model tire and has anybody got any experience with these tires ? They are Load rating E, 10 ply radials. I've found many reviews online on vans and trucks, but no class A motorhomes.

 
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Should of asked before buying the tires. My experience with Michelin tires on RVs has been bad. They don't like to sit.


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Just put a pair of those in 225-16 on the front of my Ford 350 Class B+…….Currently wandering the midwest and I’m very pleased with them, especially in the hills during heavy rain. They’re sensitive to proper PSI for wear, so keep checking or use a good grade TPMS.
 
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Just put a pair of those in 225-16 on the front of my Ford 350 Class B+…….Currently wandering the midwest and I’m very pleased with them, especially in the hills during heavy rain. They’re sensitive to proper PSI for wear, so keep checking or use a good grade TPMS.

Which part of the mid west? Boat is near Alton IL and we're in St charles, mo. Be happy to suggest points of interest that may be safer here in the covid denying world.


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