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Old 08-04-2005, 03:57 PM   #1
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I found the web site for the Goodyear 670's. The width is 12.1 and the Toyo 120z is 11.1. I crawled under the coach and tried to measure the distance between the two tires. Very tough to reach but I think the measurement is just under 2".(used a business card)
If all this adds up, it appears that the 670's are to big.(all 4 tires are 105 psi.)
Am I missing something?
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I found the web site for the Goodyear 670's. The width is 12.1 and the Toyo 120z is 11.1. I crawled under the coach and tried to measure the distance between the two tires. Very tough to reach but I think the measurement is just under 2".(used a business card)
If all this adds up, it appears that the 670's are to big.(all 4 tires are 105 psi.)
Am I missing something?
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Old 08-04-2005, 09:25 PM   #3
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295/80R22.5 is the same width as the 295/75R22.5 on my 2000. Remember the one inch will be divided inside and outside. Are your rims Alcoa?
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Thank you Tom & Patty:
Do you think that I'll be ok to add the Centramatic to each dual?
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Chris,

Only the installers will be able to tell you for sure that the duals won't rub.
I will have to claim ignorance on centramatics. I just balance mine.
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