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Old 06-01-2009, 10:22 PM   #1
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Driving on the larger XRV 255 tires

Many of you may recall my post: Follow-up to tire purchase and tire balancing well, here is how they ride.
The coach does take road imperfections quieter with less "bang." I have the 255's at 95lbs. and will consider dropping them to 90lbs. The larger tires seem to give the coach a more comfortable feel to the road. They fit with no problem at all. There's plenty of clearance and space between the dually's. We've only got a couple of hundred miles on them currently. We'll be taking a 400 mile run soon. It will be over some pretty bad roads so we'll get a good read on them then.
Now, I've got an XRV235/80R22.5 tire (date 2308) with 2000 miles on it sitting under my house! We paid $374.00 for it. Any one interested in it for a good price?
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