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Old 06-06-2016, 09:52 PM   #1
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Toyo vs Dunlop

MY COACH had toyo 11r 22.5's went to my tire guy to day and he talked me into getting dunlaps...he said they ride better, and have a 7 yr gauranty...
plus , they are made in usa...

I always thought all rv and truck tire were 5 years

he also said they will warranty the dunlaps on the spot where as the toyo's have to be sent in to be inspected first...

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if the tire guy can show you the paper as what he said, not bad. quality wise, it's probably six of one, half a dozen of the other.

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I've used both on over the road trucks & had no problems with either one.
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Both good tire's, along with about ten others, just pick the one you like.
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Personally, I'd go with the Dunlop. Always had good service from them on my Harleys. Dunlop is now owned by Goodyear.
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Old 06-07-2016, 01:57 PM   #6
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Dunlop is now owned by Goodyear.
Some would not consider that a recommendation!

Not sure what you meant about "all RV & truck were 5 years". Warranties vary and usually have both time and mileage limits.

From what I can see on the Dunlop website, the commercial tire warranty is 4 years. Maybe there is a special one for motorhome instead of trucks? Read the warranty info here:


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