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Old 05-24-2015, 09:02 AM   #1
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275 vs 295 tires

I am in the process of replacing my tires on my 2006 holiday endeavor. they currently have size 275 on right now and I was wondering if anyone knows if 295 will fit on this coach? And if it will fit is it worth going bigger?
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If your current tires are 275/80-22.5 then 295/75-22.5 are the same overall size.
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You'll need to check out the whole package and specs from the tire manufacturer.
Required rim width, offset for dually spacing, load capacity, of the tries you're considering, and max inflation pressure on your rims.
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I went from 275/80/22.5 Goodyears to 295/75/22.5 Toyo tires on my 2008 Endeavor. I love the new size because it's the same overall diameter as the old tires but I now have a wider footprint on the road.... I think it rides and drives better. Still plenty of room between the rear duals.... Do it, you will like it!

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I wondered if you would get a better ride with 295 vs 275 I'm just not sure if I have the clearance
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If your current tires are 275/80-22.5 then 295/75-22.5 are the same overall size.
WRONG answer. They are a different overall diameter and a different width. Go to the individual tire maker's tech data and get the measurements for what you have and what you are replacing it with and then get under you rig and see if the larger ones will work. Tires with the same size on the side even vary between brands.
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If your current tires are 275/80-22.5 then 295/75-22.5 are the same overall size.
Not exactly the same, but not enough difference to make a fuss over.

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Stock Tire

Standard:
Metric:
Sidewall 8.66" 220.00mm Radius 19.66" 499.40mm Diameter 39.32" 998.80mm Circumference 123.54" 3137.82mm Revs 528.9076 New Tire

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Metric:
Sidewall 8.71" 221.25mm Radius 19.71" 500.65mm Diameter 39.42" 1001.30mm Circumference 123.85" 3145.68mm Revs 527.5871
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