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Old 04-19-2016, 03:39 PM   #1
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Toyo Road Noise Level ??

I'm getting ready to buy 2 new steer tires and hoping to use Toyo's Probably M154 295/75r22.5. and Toyo has no data on ride and noise level any help would be much appreciated. I'm replacing Goodyear G670 that I loved but they rivered badly at 25000 miles and I can not afford to change tires that often.

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Old 04-19-2016, 04:45 PM   #2
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we have Toyo all the way around. New 2.5 years ago when we bought the rig. At proper inflation (had rig weighed on all 4 corners and used the Toyo inflation chart)
We have been super happy. No road noise, ride like a dream and handling is great. No wear issues at all. We would not use anything else
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Old 04-19-2016, 05:10 PM   #3
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I had Toyo my old Sportcoach and I liked them there but the tire dealer talked me into keeping 115 psi in them so I had a hard ride and I seam to remember a lot of road noise but it was so noisy inside because of the high pressure I'm not really sure .
What # Toyo's do you have.

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Old 04-19-2016, 06:06 PM   #4
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John we have M147 295/75/22.5. When installed the original dealer aired them up to 110psi all the way around. Noisy, hard ride. After our visit to Henderson Lineup in Oregon that changed fast. Robert Henderson made fast work of weighing us on each corner. We needed to drop our fronts down to 95 and 110 in rear. But again we checked and double checked the Toyo inflation chart.
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I had Michelins XRV and switched to Toyo M-154 tires. The best tires you can have. Very good quite, smooth and no rivering on my coach. They wear even across the face of the tread. Balanced with Equal. I only put 90 lbs of air on the rear and 100 lbs in the front.
You never have to worry about blow outs like I did with the Michelin XRV tires.
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Just change my Goodyear G670's to Toyo M144s and they ride just a little bit better than the G670"s. No noise.
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Changed to M154's 3 years ago. 90lbs in the back and 95lbs in the front. No noise, great tire.
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I run Toyo M154 tires - 110 psi front and 95 psi rear. On some road surfaces the front tires seem to "sing" a bit. It's a higher frequency sound I pick up but my wife doesn't seem to notice. This is my second coach with Toyo tires, I'll buy them again for sure.
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Thanks everyone for the reassurance. Now all I have to do is find them here in south FL
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simpletire.com has some pretty decent prices but you will need to get them mounted locally.
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Callaghan Tire is a Florida truck tire dealer chain that handles all major brands. I've found their pricing to be decent and they are familiar with motorhomes. I just bought Toyo M144's in the 295/80 size at their Ocala branch.

They have locations in Miami, Tampa, West Palm Beach and elsewhere in Florida.

Locations Map: Callaghan Tire
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Just change my Goodyear G670's to Toyo M144s and they ride just a little bit better than the G670"s. No noise.
I think the ride is better, too, and the steering is significantly better. I also think they are quieter than the G670's.

Les Schwaub carries Toyos.
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