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Old 01-17-2015, 09:26 PM   #29
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Friday i put on two new fronts
the goodyears rivered horribly at 22k miles
went with hankook ah12
must say the 40 mile drive home was smooth and nice
time will tell

414 a piece plus the mount and balance stuff was a tad over 1k out the door
my good friend owns a tier center, so hopefully he didnt just hinder oour friendship
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Old 01-18-2015, 08:58 AM   #30
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I just did a search on the Yokohama website and they don't show a category for RV tires, and don't show anything for 295-80R-22.5 tires!
Yokohama 104 ZR is the tire that is available in 295/80R/22.5.
I have a price on them of 500.00 each but they are 13 months old! no deal, Fresh ones are about 75.00 more per tire. Another store has them for 585.00 each.
I want to say thanks for the input!! really appreciate the information.
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I see you made the purchase but I did not see what brand and size. How are they performing for you?
Yokahama 255/70/R22.5 H RY023

Yokohama RY023 255/70R22.5 Tires for Sale Online - Vulcan Tire Sales

I am very pleased, the ride quality is much better than with the Goodyears.

I found I have to run about 10 more psi than with the goodyears but they still ride better.

The Goodyears were extremely stiff and I had to run as little pressure as my wieght chart would allow.

Overall I am satisfied.
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Joe, don't be afraid to look at the Toyo M154's. I put them on two of my Monaco Dynasty coaches without complaint whatsoever. Cost out the door around $3200 installed. When I bought our new to us coach, I could not find a local tire shop that carried the Toyo's so I put a set of Hancook AH12's on the Beaver. Absolutely no complaint with the ride or handling in 5000 miles. Cost on these out the door was $2600 installed.
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Michelins have been my choice for many years with no problems
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I won't get into brand names.....but I will say that you can pay TOO much for a tire where others perform as well.

I stay away from the mainstream semi trailer tires but don't feel you have to buy a Ferrari when a Cadillac will do!
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As I said the money I saved on tires bought me a nice set of clear coated aluminum wheels.
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