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Old 06-05-2016, 10:30 PM   #1
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Tire question..Toyo 11R 22.5's

I wanna replace the tires on the coach we just bought...can't seem to find this size toyo's
is there an equivalent metric size.... what would be the best replace ment???
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I found two M154 11R22.5...

Product code 548310 Load range H
Product code 548330 Load range G

You may have to have a Toyo truck tire shop order them for you.
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Google is our friend

https://www.toyotires.com/commercial


Just be sure you consider the availability of service or getting a replacement tire if you ever have a problem. If you had this much difficulty finding the tire you need how long would you be willing to sit by the roadside waiting for a replacement to be found.
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Old 06-06-2016, 08:26 AM   #4
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Just be sure you consider the availability of service or getting a replacement tire if you ever have a problem. If you had this much difficulty finding the tire you need how long would you be willing to sit by the roadside waiting for a replacement to be found.
that was my though also.... is the 295-75-r 22.5 the same size? seems that most all the alpines I see everywhere have that size instead of the 11r
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Yes, the 295-75-R22.5 are the equivalent and are available everywhere! Rail!
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295 is a slightly lower profile than 11R
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Check your rim size and spacing before installing different-size tires.
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Check your rim size and spacing before installing different-size tires.

Yes a critical tire dimension in "Minimum Dual Spacing" which is controlled by wheel dimensions,
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is the 295-75-r 22.5 the same size?
That should work, but it is not the "same size". An 11R22.5 has slightly taller sidewall (the profile ratio is roughly 85) but it's a bit narrower too (279 vs 295). I'm using 11R225's as a replacement for 295/80R22.5 on my rear axle and the revs/mile are near identical, but the load capacity is less.

Before substituting a different size, you need to check the revs/mile, the load capacity (lbs it can carry), the dual spacing (if rear duals), and the wheel width requirements.

Do you have to have Toyos? Continental and others make excellent 11r22.5 tires. They are very common on commercial trucks and widely available.
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That should work, but it is not the "same size". An 11R22.5 has slightly taller sidewall (the profile ratio is roughly 85) but it's a bit narrower too (279 vs 295). I'm using 11R225's as a replacement for 295/80R22.5 on my rear axle and the revs/mile are near identical, but the load capacity is less.

Before substituting a different size, you need to check the revs/mile, the load capacity (lbs it can carry), the dual spacing (if rear duals), and the wheel width requirements.

Do you have to have Toyos? Continental and others make excellent 11r22.5 tires. They are very common on commercial trucks and widely available.
I ended up getting the dunlap in the same size... 7 year road life and warranty

also got my wheels polished and new hub caps and nut covers
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Rvluvr; That is a great looking coach! I looked for 6 months to find a 40' Alpine Apex, but never saw a really clean one! Where do you get the wheels polished? Regards
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Rvluvr; That is a great looking coach! I looked for 6 months to find a 40' Alpine Apex, but never saw a really clean one! Where do you get the wheels polished? Regards
most all truck stop either do it or know of a place,,,I had SnS do it in vegas..25 bucks a wheel
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