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Old 05-03-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Kumho tires???

Anyone ever hear or have experiance with Kumho tires my tire store has them.
A 245/70R 19.5g 14 PLY tire will be $314.30 mounted and balanced out the door each .


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I had some LT Kumho tires on my F350. They did Ok, but did not hold up well for the mileage. I don't know how they would do on a MH.

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I have had Kuhmo tires on my "99 Explorer for 5 years (6ply) and not a problem. Still lots of tread left. Never used them on Motorhome yet.
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I've seen them on lots of long haul trucks and in lots of various tire shops.
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I have them on my motorhome, and the ride sucks. hence the name sucker. I added all of the suspension like steer safe, koni fsd, tru track. What I really needed to do is to replace my new kuhmos with motorhome tires. Kumho's are truck tires, and are very stiff. I feel they are safey and will not blow out because of the load rating. My rig weight 19k, maybe a heavier rig will challenge the sides walls like a big truck will. I only buy michilen for my cars and suvs, I would by them, but my rv came with new kuhmos, your life is riding on them. I plan on buying new tires for my caddy. sears wants 155each tire, but said they;ll price match even a web site. I found them online for 105. I plan on going down there with the web site in hand. I think you need experience when mounting and balance big tires. so I would go to sears, but enough gossip for now. good luck.
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KUMHO Tires

I have KUMHO Tires on my 2003 Adventurer replaced them last year. Same if not better then Goodyear 670's Same weight to pressure as Goodyear Website.. 19.5 14 ply G Rating. Ride/Wear excellent! I would buy them again. 280.00 out the door mounted and balanced in Tempe, AZ
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