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Old 02-14-2011, 01:25 PM   #1
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Does anyone have good or bad exprience with YokaHama tires? I'm considering 255/70/22.5
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I've had them for 1 year and 10k miles and am pleased with them.

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Mark, we just uodated our 255's to 275 Yoko's we like the ride and handlling much better. We also updated to Bilsteins at the same time so we can't say souly that the Yokos made all the difference, but the combo is much better then the worn out stuff we had before. We have 8K on the Yokos and are very happy so far. They track well and don't wander in the ruts
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:03 AM   #4
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Thanks for the info!
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I recently replaced Michelin 275/80-22.5's. I was looking at Yokohama, Hankook and Toyo. My tire guy carried all three. He thought that the Toyo's gave a better ride. So I changed all 6 of the sidewall cracked Michelin's for new 295/75-22.5 M147 Toyo's. So far we love the new ride.
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