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Old 05-23-2016, 06:09 PM   #1
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I am so close to pulling the trigger and getting a TH, my next question is about tires. Is there a brand that is more popular than another. When it comes to tires money is not a issue. So if you are replacing tires what is the preferred tire of choice?
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Salian are popular replacements. So r good years. I have g rated arisun's on mine (stock) and have 7000 miles on them. So far so good.
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Toyo, Hankook, others are popular lower priced alternatives to Michelin and Goodyear.
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When I replaced the tires on my Allegro Bus a few years ago I replaced them with Michelin's. They turned out to be excellent tires, rode good, steered well, and tire wear was minimal. Highly recommend Michelin!!!
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Depends on if you have 15" or 16" rims. Many run LT tires on 16's.
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Old 05-24-2016, 07:54 PM   #6
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Salian are popular replacements. So r good years. I have g rated arisun's on mine (stock) and have 7000 miles on them. So far so good.
Sailun. You'll never find it spelled like the above poster...no offense I know how auto spell doesn't work



Good tire, little cheaper than GY and Michelin.

But gotta know what size you need.
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Salian are popular replacements. So r good years. I have g rated arisun's on mine (stock) and have 7000 miles on them. So far so good.
I have the G rated Arisun's on mine, 6, and am very happy so far. Anyone have any info on these as they look like great tires but haven't heard of them before I got into the RV gig.
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Sailun (another vote) - you'll have to order them.
Maxxis is good also.
The ultimate is Michellin, but I think you're throwing money over the two.
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The MORE important factor in this question is the "ply" not the brand imo, anything less than 14ply is a waste of $ and a safety concern over the long haul
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