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Old 03-06-2015, 02:07 PM   #15
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Thanks for the info.



However the 10R was the original size spec'd on the rig in 1995. It provides the full gross axle rating of the rig at 115 psi.

I understand that it works for you. My comment was for the benefit of the OP who would most likely not be able to carry his GAWR with 10Rs.


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I put on Bridgestones a year ago and, 14,000 miles later, I am quite satisfied with them.
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Update......

The national backorder is a real deal, and a real problem right now. Michelin has a factory backorder on all of their 16-ply tires. If you can get em, get em!

We found 2 dealers who each had a couple, and then they begged, borrowed, and traded other dealers who each had a couple, and this morning we're on our way to get our 6 installed. Our friend will have his 8 on Tuesday from another dealer who did the same thing.

Many thanks to the Petro Tire Center in Kingdom City, Missouri for working hard to get them from another store in Illinois.

I was fine with the Bridgestones after reading all the reviews, but I really wanted the XZA3's.


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I understand that it works for you. My comment was for the benefit of the OP who would most likely not be able to carry his GAWR with 10Rs.


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I suspect the OP understood that I was qualifying my positive Bridgestone experience as being on a different tire. Not on his selected tire size.
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What kind of date codes did you get?
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Dates were not ideal, but the tires will outlive my ownership of the coach.

Fronts were 47/14
Rear are 36/14

2 of the tires required 2oz to balance, the remaining 4 were perfectly balanced. That says a lot about the Michelin tires right there.


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