I purchased new tires. Yokahama RY103
So my XRV's were ancient and cracked and needed replaced. And, since I am helping someone shop for a good used diesel rig I have also seen several used coaches with cracked Michelin tires that were not as old as they looked, so I opted to not go with the XRV again.
After reading up and also discussing tires with some family members that own commercial trucks I chose the Yoko's. I have not driven the rig much so far, but from what I could tell the ride seems to feel the same now as before, and I should mention that my rig is empty as we nearly sold it last fall so we cleaned it out, then had a change of heart on selling the old gal.
I ran 90 psi on the XRV's (per the Winnebago door tag), but since these are a heavier side wall I opted to try 80 & 85 right out of the gate. So far so good.
I think I got a fair price, $2100 out the door all in for 6 245-80 22.5 tires mounted and spun balanced. Taylorsville tire in Taylorsville Indiana was the shop.
As these tires age I will share updates.
1996 Winnebago Vectra Grand Tour 35WQ-P
5.9 6bt 12 valve MD3060/6