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Old 10-28-2012, 01:18 PM   #15
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Here is a reference (highly recommended for those replacement tire searchers).

http://www.tiresafety.com/images/Tir...t%20Manual.pdf

It's a little old but has a lot of valid information, especially when "plus sizing" with your replacements.

I know, "where's the RV tires"? Industry standards reach across all tire designs.


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Are you saying these two sizes are exact duplicates?
If you held cross sections of the two sizes end to end, they wouldn't match but the revolutions per mile is the same.
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but the poster above you clearly said "You get what you pay for" with tires.

Paying more > any other relevant facts
That's why I said "cheapest tire that met the load rating requirements". You can get cheap tires that fit but aren't capable to carry the load.
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Old 10-29-2012, 10:10 AM   #18
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i have michelins on an 01 diplomat that i've put almost 70k on, now they are starting to show a little dry rot,,, looking at more of the same but am considering toyos for a considerable difference in price,, have heard good feed back on the toyos,, anybody else have any experence with the toyos ,, thanks in advance ,,,
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i have an 01 diplomat with michelins that i've put about 70 k on,, am looking at more of the same but am considering toyos for a considerable difference in price,, does anyone have any feed back on the toyos and how they compare with the michelins so far as the ride is concerned,,,, thanks in advance,,,, jim 727
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