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Old 05-29-2013, 07:06 PM   #1
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Need your guys input. Changing my tires 275/70R22.5. There's are about 10 yrs old. I found toyo for $396 plus tax, balancing, new valve. This is my first time. Your all suggestion and opinions appreciated. Thanks
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:16 PM   #2
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I've never had them on an RV, but, for the most part, people seem to be OK with them on their MH's
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:45 PM   #3
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I have Toyo's all the way around, replaced 4 Michelin's on the rear, last spring. The front tires are Toyo's with a 00 build date, but don't have any weathering checks, and still have good tread, until they start weather checking, I'm going to keep running them. When we were running big trucks, we had very good luck with Toyo's.
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Old 05-30-2013, 08:40 AM   #4
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No complaints on my Toyo's.
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I put Toyo's all the way around on my MH last fall and would recomend them to anyone although I only have 3K miles on them there great and the price was right.
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I hear lots of people very satisfied with Toyo tires. Curious, what brand are the 10 year old tires on it now? Ten years and still good is fantastic for an rv tire. I just replaced my tires with Michelin through the FMCA program. Not because I am particularly a Michelin fan, but they ended up the best price for me by almost six hundred dollars using the program.
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That's a great price. I just put new Toyo M154 all position tires in the same size on our coach a few months ago. Got 48/12 date. Really pleased with them.

I'd do it again in a heart beat!

Why buy Ferrari when Cadillac will do unless money is no object. I researched tires for a couple of months till I was crazy. I paid $525 each installed out the door for mine.
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I put Toyo's on my last coach, put about 25,000 miles on them with no problems.
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I've really not heard of anyone complain of the Toyo brand.
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Another happy Toyo user. Bought mine at Les Schwab, best customer service I have ever seen.
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My tires are originals from 2002. Just started seeing little cracks. Might use this summer and change. I will see how it holds up. This year the trips will short as wife is pregnant.
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Toyo's here as well. Seem fine.
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My tires are originals from 2002. Just started seeing little cracks. Might use this summer and change. I will see how it holds up. This year the trips will short as wife is pregnant.
We replaced our OEM Michelins a couple years ago. They were starting to show some cracks around the lettering plus I knew that the fronts had been run over their weight rating since the day it was put on the road. I also went up to 305/70's on the front due to the weight. Rears are still the 275/70's though since they are no where near their limits.
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We replaced the OEM Michelins with Toyo 154's last January and have almost 8K miles so far. No complaints whatsoever and would do it again next time.
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