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Old 03-15-2016, 11:42 AM   #1
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Toyo M122 vs. M154

Looking for new steer tires.

255/70R-22.5

Went to Les Schwab a few days ago to get a quote.

They have in stock Toyo M122. It is a load range H and 16 ply

Haven't see it talked about in the forum so wondering if anyone had an opinion of the M122 vs. M154?

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The M154 doesn't come in that size so the M122 is your only Toyo choice. I had M122's on my last MH and had no issues with them.
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I just got the M144s...maybe you could go that route? Mine are P295/80/22.5s.
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If you want to go to M 154 tires the 265/75/22.5 is the size that is very close to your old tires.
I just put 6 new ones on to replace the smaller size without any problems.

https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc....5-265-75r22.5
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Thanks all!!

Can I mix sizes on the steer vs. drive?

Any advantages of going to a larger tire?
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Any thoughts on my last post?

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Thanks all!!

Can I mix sizes on the steer vs. drive?

Any advantages of going to a larger tire?
As long as all the diameters are the same on the same axle you shouldn't have any problems. Don't mis-match side to side.
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Thanks all

Went to Les Schwab yesterday and had the M122 put on

Didn't get a chance to drive it much yet to see how they feel

Thanks again for the input
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