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Old 02-20-2022, 10:47 AM   #1
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2017 Greyhawk Replacement Tires

Hello all. My tires are now 6 years old (DOT 1/2016) and I found some nicks on the sidewalls, so want to replace all. Any suggestions on if I purchase what is on there now or another tire? Currently OEM was Michelin LTX M/S 2 tires. Any other kinds you found better?

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What size tire/load range will get better responses?
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what size tire/load range will get better responses?

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I replaced mine with Toyo 225-75R16 C I have the came class c as yours , these are commercial tires and I saw 0 differences in ride or handling but they support more weight
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Like everybody else, Jayco throws on whatever tires are the best deal for them, that week. My 2018 Greyhawk had a blowout last August after a cross-country trip. Left-rear-outside. When we got home & replaced the other 5, tire shop said 3 more were ready to blow. Get whatever tire is a match for current specs, best quality you can for longest life. Good luck!
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