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Old 05-22-2015, 01:42 PM   #1
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Yokahoma vs Hankook Tires

My husband and I just purchased a 2008 Monaco Camelot and are looking to put new tires on the rig. We are at 7 yrs on these with 27,7000 miles. I would love to hear what your personal thoughts and experience with Yokahoma and Hankook tires are. Which would you choose between the two?
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I would add Double Coins to your list. I bought 2 (steers) 2 years ago and they are working out well.
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On my previous coach I replaced the original Toyo's with Yokohama RY023 and then after 6 years replaced those with Yokohama 103ZR. These were both regional tires with extra sidewall protection against curbing. They both wore very little, were quiet and never had a puncture. The ride was firmer than the Michelin XRV I currently have but they were considerably cheaper. I have Hankook tires on my car and they are getting noisy due to "cupping", but I can't say if that would be a problem with their truck tires.
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Old 05-22-2015, 04:38 PM   #4
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Very happy with our Hankook AH12's .

Quiet, smooth ride, no detectable wear after 2.5 years and 10K miles.

275/70/22.5R is the size we roll on.
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Old 05-22-2015, 07:18 PM   #5
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One year and 10k miles on Yokohama's. Great ride and wear!!
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Congrats on the new coach !
I assume it rides on the same size tires as mine ( 295/80 22.5 ). When tire shopping this past winter, I could'nt find Hankooks for the North American market, in that size . I bought Toyo's, which are a good, reasonably priced tire.
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double coins are not in the same league as the Hankooks and the Yokohamas
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Had yokohamas, 255/70r 22.5, put on in 11/04, retired them this past winter with 40 thousand and ten years old tires still looked new. Sold the old tires, 6, for $450. Replaced with same for $2400 out the door balanced and mounted with new valves for 1 month old yokohamas.
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Have Hankook 12R 22.5 all around on my MH for about 6 months now and have taken a few 1,000 trips with very satisfactory results. I would recommend the tires.
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Very happy with our Hankook AH11'S 225/75 19.5 on our 2000 winnebago adventurer. Bought our MH in April 2013 and put 6 new tires on for $1850. 12K miles later they are still holding up fine. We frequently go out on a beach on Cape Cod and have to air them down to 25 psi to go over the sand. Back up to road psi at the end of the weekend.
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Very happy with our Hankook AH12's .

Quiet, smooth ride, no detectable wear after 2.5 years and 10K miles.

275/70/22.5R is the size we roll on.
X2 on the Hancook AH12's!

Great Tire! Great Value! $2600 supplied installed and balanced out the door for all 6.
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X2 on the Hancook AH12's!

Great Tire! Great Value! $2600 supplied installed and balanced out the door for all 6.
X3! Hankooks replaced Michelin XZE2+ on the steers. Quieter and smoother with equal or better handling.
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I would add Double Coins to your list. I bought 2 (steers) 2 years ago and they are working out well.

What are double coins?
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What are double coins?
A low grade inexpensive utility tire used mostly on semi trailers and local driven trucks.
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