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Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

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    Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires


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    With tax and new member card it comes to $830. It is a new tire to the market. A lot cheaper than tirera ck.com Going on a two wheel drive diesel F350 that often carries a slide in camper. Going to travel to Utah and spend the winter in the mountains. I have new chains. Opinions?

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    I would only use them in the winter. Warm pavement will most likely eat them up.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Falko View Post
    I would only use them in the winter. Warm pavement will most likely eat them up.
    Looks like they are just basic all seasons.

    At $830 you are close to the price of BFG all terrain ko2. I think I spent $1100 on mine and they are LT rated of course and I have around a 34inch tire on the stock 18s on my F150 (My trim F150 was equipped with LT tires stock)

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    They look good to me. Might try them on my van next. KO2s just get too damned loud after a few k miles.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_E_D View Post
    They look good to me. Might try them on my van next. KO2s just get too damned loud after a few k miles.
    They make a LT and a C Metric. The C Metric seems to be designed for those popular Euro type vans. I made the purchase yesterday. BJ's ordered them. I will put up a report.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    I'd check to see if that weight rating is on the LT or C metric version. If it's on the LTs they sound like a good upgrade for Class C RVs...

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by cdseven95 View Post
    Looks like they are just basic all seasons.

    At $830 you are close to the price of BFG all terrain ko2. I think I spent $1100 on mine and they are LT rated of course and I have around a 34inch tire on the stock 18s on my F150 (My trim F150 was equipped with LT tires stock)
    Anytime I hear "good wet and cold" traction, I think high silicon amount making the tire soft. But the standard (non-com) ones have a 600UTG rating, so they must be set up to wear well.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Falko View Post
    Anytime I hear "good wet and cold" traction, I think high silicon amount making the tire soft. But the standard (non-com) ones have a 600UTG rating, so they must be set up to wear well.
    "Good" is a relative term

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    My RV has BFGoodridge Commercial TAs mostly, save for one Commercial Traction (M&S rated version) and it doesn't seem to wear noticeably different from the non M&S units.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
    My RV has BFGoodridge Commercial TAs mostly, save for one Commercial Traction (M&S rated version) and it doesn't seem to wear noticeably different from the non M&S units.
    it's the snowflake and mountain symbol you want to look for, M&S is meaningless, there is no standard in the industry for imprinting it on a tire

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    These do have the 3-peak snowflake designation. they are true all-weather, not all season tires. I had them on the rental Citroen van in Europe (spacetourer) and they handled well in dry, wet and hot weather. I was in Europe in August so can't comment on winter performance. The car equivalent crossclimate michelin is tested in tirerack and got good reviews. Seems like a good compromise for those who don't want to switch tires twice a year.

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    Re: Michelin Agilis Cross Climate Truck Tires

    Took off the Firestone Transforce AT and and installed the new Michelins. Loving them so far. Handling seems grippier. On the old tires I was running 50 PSI except when towing. Michelin recommends 70 front and 80 rear so that is what I am running and the ride feels softer. Less harsh. Odd. Defies logic. In 5 weeks I will be taking a long highway trip followed by a harsh winter. Liking them very much so far. . . . The guy mounting put his jack under my body and starting jacking but I caught him in time. He chipped the paint and bent sheet metal underneath but oh well. Truck couldn't get lifted on a typical lift because of camper tie downs.

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