Besides RV'ing, this is my favorite subject
It was National (CC) that had trouble with the loading of the front axle. National recommended lower PSI's than the true load on the front axle, or had a disproportionate load left to right. Kind of like the Ford Explorer recommended 26 psi.
Michelin had bad pr on this forum for the 235/80R22.5 failing too, but it wouldn't stop me from running Michelins.
I know some of us had problems with Toyo, but then all of our coaches had those tires. Now that we are wearing them out, there are more diverse brands on our coaches. It will be harder for us to say that we had 10 coaches with Bridgestones blow the front tire
Driving on Bridgestone R260
Tom, Patty, Hannah "The Big Dog" and Abby Kat, Indianapolis, Indiana 2000 36' FDS 72232 Our Photos
We live out in our old van. Travel all across this land. Drive until the city lights dissolve into a country sky, me and you - hand in hand.