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Old 06-06-2015, 05:43 PM   #1
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New Goodyear G670s

I can get over how soft the new steer tires are on my coach goodyear g670 275 80 22.5, the coach actually bounce on the tires with 110lbs in them sitting in the driveway, the ride is incredibly soft compared to 7 year old identical tires, it seem they have made changes to the composition of the tires, I don't remember this set every being this soft.

hopefully they last as long as the last set

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Old 06-06-2015, 08:21 PM   #2
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You said you CAN get over how soft your new tires are. Don't you mean you CAN'T get over it?
Regardless, you will get over it. After a few hundred miles they will lose that softness.
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I have Goodyear's on my 2014, I'm not really a fan of the Goodyear's personally but changing them for no other reason is just to expensive to justify for me. They do seem softer than the Goodyear's I had on a different class a but those were 19". Those were also 2009 tires. I believe a different tire brand may ride and handle better for my taste but I don't worry about wearing them out. Mine will age out first.
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You said you CAN get over how soft your new tires are. Don't you mean you CAN'T get over it?
Regardless, you will get over it. After a few hundred miles they will lose that softness.
yes cant lol, thank you

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As long as you have the correct TP in for the weight, you should be good to go.
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