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Old 04-13-2016, 09:34 PM   #15
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Thanks CoCoDave, that makes me feel better, our weights are similar.

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Old 04-14-2016, 10:21 AM   #16
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"you have new Toyos. These coaches came with Toyos new. I know there was some sort of problem and law suits back when these coaches were near new. I don't know what was the problem. But I am aware of it and I have stayed away from Toyos because of it. Seems like 4-5 years ago If you checked Toyo tires there was some kind of legal words on their web site saying not to put their tires on Country Coaches. But other people will have to provide the information on that."

I remember that Toyo wanted nothing to do with Country Coach at that time, because CC under spec'd their tire inflation labels. (Think Ford Explorer and Firestone Tire)

The problem was with CC not Toyo!

CC actually put 6 new free tires on my 7 year old rig and provided a new manufacturer's label to to replaced next to the driver position under a recall.

The tires they provided were Toyo replacing Michelin. The Toyo performed quite well for 7 years of use.

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