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Old 04-08-2013, 06:40 AM   #15
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Have ordered the hankook AH11's for our MH. 245/R70/19.5 Works out to about $325/tire installed. Had hankooks on medium sized truck before and had no difficulties. The Michelins were $437 at the same place. Big savings when you consider 6 tires. Did lots of reading of pros and cons of these tires and for the price IMHO good tire for the price.

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Old 04-08-2013, 08:45 PM   #16
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I replaced Michelins on my Mercedes car with Hankook and really liked them, however I also took off a brand new set of off brand Chinese tires on my Isata class C and put on Michelin RIB's , they handled much better and gave me peace of mind. I guess if you are not loading your rig to the max weight wise I would not be afraid to go with the Hankook's, if maxed out or you are a spirited driver I don't think you can beat Michelin.

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