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Old 06-02-2021, 07:32 AM   #1
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New Toyo's comming today! 295/80R 22.5

The question arises.... Currently have steel stems.

Is there any replacement or maintenance to be done to them?

Going to use balance beads in the steer tires. New TST 507 system With Non-flo-through sensors.

After reading that someone had problems finding them "in stock" I was worried but here on the West Coast they were available, ordered and to be delivered today.
$3104.00 out the door; I think that was a good price?


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Sounds like a good price, I paid $2800 about four years ago. I replaced my stems because even the steel ones have a rubber seal on the back end. They are a good tire.
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Sounds like a good price, I paid $2800 about four years ago. I replaced my stems because even the steel ones have a rubber seal on the back end. They are a good tire.

Thanks for that info! I'll ask the shop owner. Two years ago I was just guessing @2500. With the price of everything heading upwards I was relieved to hear him quote what he did.

I saw them this morning. Sure makes one feel good seeing them standing there waiting to be installed; on MY rig!
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Here's an inflation chart for those tires.
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Old 06-02-2021, 02:51 PM   #5
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The question arises.... Currently have steel stems.

Is there any replacement or maintenance to be done to them?

Going to use balance beads in the steer tires. New TST 507 system With Non-flo-through sensors.

After reading that someone had problems finding them "in stock" I was worried but here on the West Coast they were available, ordered and to be delivered today.
$3104.00 out the door; I think that was a good price?


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$3100 and no tag? Ouch. I need 8 and I was hoping to not spend that much.
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I like my Toyo's...new smell lasted about 25-30 days But I like that smell haha
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Old 06-02-2021, 03:25 PM   #7
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$3104.00 out the door; I think that was a good price?


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Sounds about right. 2 years ago paid about $3200 for 6 at a small-town TX tire shop. That wasn't the cheapest price around, but was close-by and much more convenient than the best deal I could locate.
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Old 06-02-2021, 04:41 PM   #8
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Simple tire to my door 6 months ago.

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8 Toyo Tires M144 295/80R-22.5

$3712.67 total

$ 300.00 to install and balanced ( zirconium beads bought bulk ) at my garage
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After reading that someone had problems finding them "in stock" I was worried but here on the West Coast they were available, ordered and to be delivered today.
$3104.00 out the door; I think that was a good price?
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I paid $1890 out the door for 4 Toyo's at Les Schwab about 3 weeks ago. Mine are a little smaller size. About $500 per tire installed seems to be the going price these days.
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yep 1024.00 for 2, 3 months ago in central florida.

4k for 8 sounds about right....

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Old 06-03-2021, 04:28 PM   #11
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Installed! Date Code: 5/2021 Along with a new TST System. Makes one feel warm inside! Beautiful they are....

I live in a tourist mecca. Small and slightly isolated compared to the "big city" bay area. However; Ordered Tuesday. Delivered Wednesday. Installed by 10:30am Thursday.

So having my local shop do the work was worth every penny! Priors Tires in case anyone is in need of an honest shop in Santa Cruz. Travis is the owner.
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Just to close thus out.

THANK YOU for all the responses!!!!!! and I wanted to add.

If you are thinking about getting new tires and yours are in good shape (except age) consider running an ad on Craigslist or similar.

Selling your dated tires to a local "short haul" company can reduce the final dent in your wallet. I sold mine to a local paving company for 100 each.

My ad read NO RV sales.

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I like my Toyo's...new smell lasted about 25-30 days But I like that smell haha
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