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Old 03-31-2014, 09:42 PM   #1
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Kelly Tires

Anyone running Kelly Springfield tires on their coach. I am pricing tires and they look like a good made in America tire. Kelly is owned by Goodyear. Just over $3000. out the door for 6. Looking for input from someone who has ran them.

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My first thought is this seems a little high for tires not normally seen on large coaches. I think of Goodyear, Michelin, Toyo etc. I don't know much about Kelly. I paid only slightly more for Michelin XZA2 a little over a year ago. I had Goodyear and the Michelins improved the drive of the coach significantly.
I drive in extreme heat a lot, so, I like to change out the front tires more often trying to prevent problems. I would consider other brands on the rear since there are extras.
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