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Old 06-06-2016, 08:24 AM   #15
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I was skeptical about buying foreign tires like Hankook, until I checked the internet. In Europe Hankook is the preferred brand for luxury vehicles Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
On my motorhome, they rode and handled noticeably better than the original Good Year tires.
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I just purchased two Bridgestone R268, 245/75/22.5 Ecopia tires for the front of our Winnebago Adventurer 38T. Made in America. They ride and handle as well as the Michelins that I took off (due to weather checking) and seem very quiet.
Price in Canada converted to USD is approx. $420 per.
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I was skeptical about buying foreign tires like Hankook, until I checked the internet. In Europe Hankook is the preferred brand for luxury vehicles Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
On my motorhome, they rode and handled noticeably better than the original Good Year tires.
Wow, who knew? Sounds like a lot of people have had good luck with different brands of tires. Good to know.
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