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Old 06-21-2014, 01:35 PM   #1
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Replacing Tires!!

I just purchased an 05 HR Scepter and am looking to replace the tires 295/80R 22.5. Any brands I should stay away from? Are any brands better than any others!!
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Old 06-21-2014, 02:55 PM   #2
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Your best bang for the buck is a set of Hankook Tire AH11 or AH12.
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Your best bang for the buck is a set of Hankook Tire AH11 or AH12.
X2, love our AH12's
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Ford vs Chevy discussion.

We all have a fleet of one, so not a lot of controlled comparison data created by MH owners.

We have used Toyo, Michelin, and Bridgestone 22.5" tires. None better than the other.
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A lot depends on how many miles you drive per year! Most of us will age out the tires before the thread is gone. I replaced my GY with Hankook (AH12) since I could not justify the price of Michelins since I only put 5-6K miles per year. The other thing to ask for when getting new tires is that they have a somewhat new (2-4 month) old date code of mfg. No since in buying tires that are 12-14 months old. As stated earlier this is a Ford/Chevy type question.
Good luck on your choice!
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