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Old 04-17-2019, 06:59 PM   #1
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I have a 2012 HR 36 PFT and looking at possible using Toyo Tires.
Has anyone used them and what does everyone think.
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I have Toyo drives M154 with 10k on them and they running fine. I highly recommend them and the price/value is right. Mine are 265/75R22.5
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We have always used Toyos, gives a uch better ride. No second thoughts on buying them.
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See lot's of people on the RV forums using them and most are happy. Only complaint I've seen a few times is that they smell like dog Doo.
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I have M177 on mine and no complaints.
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