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Old 10-16-2010, 09:49 PM   #15
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Michelin makes tires up the road here in South Carolina.

I really didn't want this thread to devolve into a which brand is better thread.

I'm definately not putting Chinese or Korean tires on my rig!

Any comments on the size change I'm proposing on my Dip?

Any comments on the other renovations I'm doing, or any I should consider?

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Old 10-26-2010, 07:40 AM   #16
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Update - got my tires put on last weekend. Got the Michelin XZA-2 Energy in the bigger size 275-70 R22.5. Also got an alignment.

Rides much smoother now, no fibrations and felt comfortable at 70mph+. Even with 120psi in the tires.

Did notice crappy Monroe shocks on my Dip when we were removing the wheels. So probably will get the Konis - that is if I can get some. KoniRv.com says 8 weeks.

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