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Old 12-26-2016, 03:40 PM   #1
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Toyo M154 245/75/22.5 tires

Anyone using these as a replacement for Michelin 235/80/22.5. Michelin seems to dream up a lot of odd sizes of tires. Last time I had a Michelin surprise was on an old Peugeot diesel I got for my daughter to drive, when she was in High School - 16.5 rim wheel and only available thru Michelin. Michelins are good tires, but I would like to have a size available from several mfgs. 245/75/22.5 is available from several companies so would probably be able to find it, if I had one fail on a trip. Dave
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I went from michelin 235-80/ 22.5 to Toyo m154 245-75/22.5 on my 2015 holiday rambler vacationer. The toyos ride better, carry the coach better and are a much more rugged tire. I will get them next time for sure. The michelin fell apart in a short time with cracks in the sidewall and chunks out of the tread. I have over 12000 miles on the toyos and they look like I put them on this morning.
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Old 12-26-2016, 07:15 PM   #3
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Got those Toyos on my RV, good to go


Noticed you have a 2012, are you already needing tires?
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Put Toyo's with initial hesitation on the coach 2 years ago. 15,000 miles later I'm glad I did. Wanted Michelins but the dealer only had 5. I needed a full set as we were in south Florida and at a disadvantage so I opted for the Toyo's. Less expensive anyway. I can't compare them with Michelins for ride or comfort but the Toyo's do handle much better then the Badyear's we had before. Of course IMHO Badyear has never made a tire to suit me. I have always had trouble with them. Contrary to their name they are not a very Good product. JM2C
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CJ - just planning for the future and if I go out west I might get new tires a little early. Michelins appear to be fine now.
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CJ - just planning for the future and if I go out west I might get new tires a little early. Michelins appear to be fine now.
always great to plan ahead, I have read good things about Les Swab they are out west.
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All of my tires are Toyo's and new ones will be the same!
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I also went from michelin 235-80/ 22.5 to Toyo m154 245-75/22.5 on my 2004 Winnebago. Very Happy! Smooth and Quiet..Like new shocks!
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