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Old 12-28-2015, 10:57 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by Sheriffbubba View Post
My Toyo M154 (rear) and M147 (front) tires have never had any smell associated with them.... I have been very impressed with the ride and handling. They are size 295/75/22.5 if the size makes any difference.
My Toyos are stamped "Made in Japan" on the sidewall... Toyo has never been a Chinese brand or company.

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I agree with the above, except two of my 6 new Toyo tires were made in Japan and the other 4 were made in China according to their sidewalls!

This is my second set of Toyo tires and they run out just fine.

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Old 12-28-2015, 06:42 PM   #44
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If they are indeed Craftsman brand, don't throw them away, just take them to Sears and get new ones! They guarantee states that "if you fail to be satisfied" return them for a free replacement. The stink certainly meets the standard of not being satisfied!
I have a set and never noticed any odor.Now I must check this more closely tomorrow. Maybe spray the handles with clear lacquer?

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Great tires and they do smell. But it's the smell of money in my wallet.
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Old 12-29-2015, 06:34 AM   #46
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Great tires and they do smell. But it's the smell of money in my wallet.

I LIKE it!

But I can now see another problem to go with the 10 year old rig restriction from Campgrounds. I can just hear the phone conversation while attempting to make reservations . . . ."Okay now that we've ascertained that your coach meets our 10 year limit, exactly what tires do you have on your coach? They aren't the STINKY ones, are they???

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