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Old 03-09-2011, 08:20 AM   #1
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Toyo Tire availability

On way to Florida and will be in search of new tires. Any Toyo tire dealers in the Pensacola or Tampa area. None in area supposedly 6month backlog
Will be needing in next month for safety reasons
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No indication of size, but each time I have needed 22.5 tires I have ended up at a Best One location. I want from Michelin to Continental. Think they deal Toyo too.
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There is a major Toyo factory outside of Atlanta, GA, so if anybody can get tires a dealer in that area should.

Backlogs are specific to a size - large truck tires are made in batches of several months supply, then stored in a warehouse until needed. If your size is all gone, every dealer has to wait for the next batch.

Does it have to be a Toyo? Should be other brands with your size.
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yeah sorry for not saying size
I need 22.5
Thanks for advise so far. Really appreciate it
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Old 03-11-2011, 05:44 AM   #5
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TCI Tire Center in Tampa had 4 - 235 80R22.5 Michelin XRVs in stock when I went looking in January. They specialize in Michelin, but they may be able to get Toyo. It's unusual for anyone other than an RV dealer to have motorhome tires in stock, so I assume they get a lot of snowbird RV tire business.
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Try Dave Howell tires in Pensacola.. http://www.whitepages.com/business/d...e-06e18f4be945

Carries goodyear, toyo, michelin, truck tires. I've always had good service.... . cars and the MH
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Checked with Gary at Dave Howell this am. He does have Toyo's for Rv but they are in short supply.
He has only 4 245/75R22.5 which replace the Michelin 235/80, they have been on back order and he just received 4.
He has 14 of 265/75R22.5 (equivalent to 255/80R22.5) in stock.
All came in recently, so things may improve-- Call him when you get close to check status. Gary is the manager, 850 476 7026
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