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Old 03-09-2016, 01:29 PM   #15
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good tire

Second set just put on , old set was 8 years old still looked like new . No smell ,rides very well
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:37 PM   #16
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Love 'em. Had them on my last coach and had them installed when we bought our current coach 2/years - 16,000/miles ago. Will buy the same in about five years. BTW - mine are H rated which is equivalent to 16 ply.
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Old 03-09-2016, 09:19 PM   #17
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Just had eight new Toyos installed a few weeks ago. 295 80 22.5s...replaced Michelins of the same size.

Just took a trip on them from Denver to Dallas...road very well and no problems with the tires.

Also, never had any issues with smell.

So far so good.
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Old 03-09-2016, 09:49 PM   #18
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Mine weights in just under 30, 29700 I believe and I do have the 245's.
Yes there's an odor, not real strong, lasted longer than a month
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Old 03-11-2016, 10:13 AM   #19
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I am in Canada and tried to buy M154 Toyo 245/75-22.5. There were none available and no idea when they could get any. (they said back ordered to Japan)

I would like some input as I would not want to have tire problems and not find replacements on the road??

Thinking of BF Goodrich 255\70-22.5 or maybe go against what most people say stay with the 235/80-22.5 Michelins.

Anybody bought the 245 Toyos lately in Canada or Northern States?
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Old 03-11-2016, 01:16 PM   #20
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Easy tire in Bensalem pa. Has them for 216.00 each. Ordering a set.
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Old 03-12-2016, 09:38 PM   #21
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Dougsee3, I ordered 4 - M154 Toyo 245/75-22.5 from Simple Tire.com in the US and had them sent to the Manitoba/North Dakota boarder then picked them up on our way home from a trip so there was no tax. Simple Tire shows them as being in stock. They will also ship to a US dealer where they can be installed . Right now they are about $225 each US + shipping.
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Dougsee3, I ordered 4 - M154 Toyo 245/75-22.5 from Simple Tire.com in the US and had them sent to the Manitoba/North Dakota boarder then picked them up on our way home from a trip so there was no tax. Simple Tire shows them as being in stock. They will also ship to a US dealer where they can be installed . Right now they are about $225 each US + shipping.
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How were the date codes on these tires?

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Hi Smitty77. The date codes on mine where about 4 months old which was very recent as far as I was concerned. Very happy with the tires.
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Hi Smitty77. The date codes on mine where about 4 months old which was very recent as far as I was concerned. Very happy with the tires.
Concur, never complain if they're under 6 months. Over 6 months, well I really don't want them, or not without a discount. And of course, the dealers all have their rationals on how 'Tire's don't age in the warehouse...'.! (And yes, some truth to that, but still - my $$, so my choice on what age DOT's I'll accept.).

Enjoy the new shoes... And thanks for the DOT info,
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I have 154's on our coach and have driven 12000 miles in a year. No noticeable odor and they seem to ride well. This is my first class A coach with 22.5's so I can't compare them to any other tires. Mine are range G and the RV weighs 20780#
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