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Old 09-08-2014, 08:25 PM   #1
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tires

need new shoes,225/75/16,what do everyone recommend
l have never bought for a rv before,have 31ft minni.thanks
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:20 PM   #2
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I have a 2001 Itasca Spirit 29N on Ford chassis E450 and I'm currently on my second set of Firestones. I replaced them recently (with 28K miles on them) only because of their age, never experienced anything wrong with the original tires; no cracks or anything else. Total cost for 7 new tires including valve stems, mounting, balance, and taxes for Firestone Transforce LT225/75/16 was $1206.00.
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X2 on the Firestone Transforce HT. Excellent tire reasonably priced $1100 for six, balanced and all taxes and fees included.
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X3 on the Firestone.
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Another happy Firestone Transforce owner. x4
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I run the transforce A/T on my pickup. I didn't want them at first because I think they are an ugly tire. I am happy with the performance. Ugly or not I will buy them again. Very little road noise.
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FS also had BFG on rear could'nt keep them together too much separation(owned by Michlin)
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I just purchased a 1999 21' Coachmen 195RK. All the tires are mismatched, all different brands. The fronts are 215/75/16, and the rears are 225/75/16, the spare is a 255/75/16. Can anyone tell me the correct size for this MH?
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I just purchased a 1999 21' Coachmen 195RK. All the tires are mismatched, all different brands. The fronts are 215/75/16, and the rears are 225/75/16, the spare is a 255/75/16. Can anyone tell me the correct size for this MH?
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There should be an original equipment tire size on the weight sticker, with rec-commended inflation.
What chassis is your RV on. Ford or GM.
BTW; Always best to start your own post when your question isn't the same as the original, more people will see it.
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Ford E350, w/Triton V10. And you're right, I should have started a new post. Still learning the site, should I be posting on iRV2/RV/Class C, or on the Owners/Forest River?
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