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Old 10-28-2015, 07:24 PM   #1
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My Michelin 275/80/22.5 tires timed out on me with 36k miles on them. After research for many many hours, I chose to go with Toyo M154 tires.$2839 out the door. When paying the bill the manager deducted $600 off that for the carcasses. Nice surprise. The ride felt the same or better.
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I put 4 Toyos on the rear (same size) and I have about 8000 miles on them. I can't tell the difference from the Michelins that were on there before.
You got a great deal on the carcass buy back.
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I went with the Goodyear G670 RV MRT 275/80R22.5 they ride smooth and are a really tough looking tire . Should last a while .
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My Michelin 275/80/22.5 tires timed out on me with 36k miles on them. After research for many many hours, I chose to go with Toyo M154 tires.$2839 out the door. When paying the bill the manager deducted $600 off that for the carcasses. Nice surprise. The ride felt the same or better.
How old were they?
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They were DOt code of 2005
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