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Old 06-03-2012, 12:05 AM   #1
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class a motorhome tires

anyone have any recommendations for a good tire for a 2004 La Palma Monoco
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:17 AM   #2
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I'm partial to Bridgestones or Continentals, run Bridgestones on our gas coach.
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Take a look at this thread on what ever tires you decide.
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I just put on 6 Hankook 19.5 for $1700.00 out the door.
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Old 06-03-2012, 03:27 PM   #6
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I like our Michelins.
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I'm partial to Bridgestones or Continentals, run Bridgestones on our gas coach.
I am also fond of Bridgestone. Just put first set on this coach 30' gas. Last coach had them and worked well for many years. Have had some difficulty with these getting them balanced right even four tries with a Coates and once with Hunter Road Force match balancing and Centramatics Although they are much better now there is still some road tramp. (Feels like up down versus shake sideways) Have you had any road tramp problems and how were they balanced?
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Worth a trip to Costco to price Michelins from them; whatever you decide. They may also have other brands; worth a trip. If you have 22.5's someone else will need to do the install.
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We have Bridgestones on both our BMW's - love 'em. We have Generals on our Diesel Cherokee - love 'em. We have 8 Michelins on our Coach and you'll have to pry them off my dead, cold, wheel studs if you want to try to replace them! Had Goodyears twice; changed Goodyears twice. Michelin, Man!
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