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Old 07-30-2015, 12:43 PM   #1
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Yokohama RY103 H Tires....any experience with

I asked my tire service center (Service Tire - Bethlehem, PA) for a recommendation to replace my 275x70x22.5 Goodyear G670's. I indicated I wanted a reliable all position truck tire that was not of the RV variety. He responded with these. The price for a set of 6 is $2750 installed.

Does anyone have any experience with these? Is there something better out there other than the usual Goodyear and Michelin RV tires?
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I have Toyo. They are doing well at the 5 yr mark. Stored inside.


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..... Is there something better out there other than the usual Goodyear and Michelin RV tires?
Yep. There's Yokohama, Toyo, Hankook, Samson, Sailun, Continental, Firestone and probably more. None of these tires are noted for sidewall cracking like Michelins or "rivering" like Goodyears.
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I asked my tire service center (Service Tire - Bethlehem, PA) for a recommendation to replace my 275x70x22.5 Goodyear G670's. I indicated I wanted a reliable all position truck tire that was not of the RV variety. He responded with these. The price for a set of 6 is $2750 installed.

Does anyone have any experience with these? Is there something better out there other than the usual Goodyear and Michelin RV tires?
Yes, I do, I have two of them, same size as you, on the front of my MH. So far, I am satisfied with them, had them 4 years now. Two years after getting them, I went back to get four for the rear. My tire man said it would take about month, they were selling very well, I couldn't wait, I was leaving for Florida, so I put four Michelin's on, little more money, but satisfied. Myself, I wouldn't think of putting those china tires on just because they are cheaper.
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