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Old 10-16-2007, 12:06 PM   #1
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I have an Itasca 2002 39 ft. I want to replace the tires and would like to save some money over the Michelins. Size is 255/80 R22.5 on the Michelins. Some commercial tire facilities tell me that I can use a 10R 22.5 I heard that it is 1.9 in larger in diameter and want to make sure it doesn't interfere with any structure in or around the wheel well. Anyone replaced their Michelins with a truck tire?
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I have an Itasca 2002 39 ft. I want to replace the tires and would like to save some money over the Michelins. Size is 255/80 R22.5 on the Michelins. Some commercial tire facilities tell me that I can use a 10R 22.5 I heard that it is 1.9 in larger in diameter and want to make sure it doesn't interfere with any structure in or around the wheel well. Anyone replaced their Michelins with a truck tire?
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I use the Michelin RIB tires buy from Discount Tire cost was 108.00 each I thought that was a deal.
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