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Old 06-20-2013, 11:17 AM   #1
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New Tires on Monaco Diplomat

Hi,

I've replaced my front tires yesterday on my 2006 Monaco Diplomat.

Original tires were Goodyeaur G670, 275-80-22.5, H rating.

I've replaced them with Michelin XZA3 , 275-80-22.5, H rating

I drove approx 100 miles this morning on them, and I almost can't believe what a difference they make. The ride is so much smoother, I thought I was driving a different motorhome. I am very pleased.

I think I might replace the rear end with Michelin also.
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Old 06-20-2013, 01:38 PM   #2
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Just replaced my 11 year old good years with Mich. Too and was also amazed the difference in ride and driveability. Mine takes the 295/80/22.5 and cost a hefty $585 each. Got all 6 just because the others were old but obviously worn out too. Its like driving a whole new rig. So smooth now.. Wish I would have done it sooner. Now if my tire covers would show up that I ordered online so I can protect my investment in rubber.
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Old 06-20-2013, 03:26 PM   #3
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I replaced my tires with the XRV Michelins, not the 22.5, mine are 19.5, but I got such a major difference in ride and handling I was blown away.

I was told by another user that 'all new tires will ride and handle like new tires, not just Michelins' Well, I disagree. I think Michelins ride better, quieter, and smoother than other tires. Not just on my coach, but the car as well, it was like a whole different vehicle.

But of course, that's my opinion, no white sheet to back it up.
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