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Old 05-08-2011, 05:47 PM   #1
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Best tires for the money ?

94 class c with LT225/75/16 what kind of tires does everyone like?
Thanks in adv
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Anything not made in China will work fine.
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I don't know about your class C, but my class A likes TOYO's.
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Old 05-09-2011, 06:26 AM   #4
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I replaced the Michelins with Toyo 225/75-16 load range E tires last year and they are wonderful. Out the door price was under $900.00 for all 6. And they got me in & out in under 2 hours.

Don't know where you are but Dale's Tires in Scott's Bluff, NE did mine.
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BF Goodrich Commercial T/A's, less money than the overpriced Michelins and a better tire overall IMO. And, Made in the USA.
Michelins had 50,000 miles, 6 years old and the side walls were cracked. This is supposed to be a "premium tire"? Euro-junk.
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Thanks to all for the response on tires.
I've being looking at both Toyo and BFG
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Check out Bridgestone Duravis tires at Costco and Firestone. They are an outstanding commercial duty tire that gets excellent comments from people who have them. I plan replace to my Michelins with the Duravis tires.
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I have had excellent service from Michelins, Bridgestone and Sumitomo. The rest not so good.

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