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Old 04-23-2022, 08:48 AM   #1
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Time to get new tires

Hello group it's time to get new tires I have a 08 Holiday Rambler Endeavor the tire size is 275/80R22.5*


I have read a lot of good comments on Toyo Tires and was wondering if anybody has put M144 295/80R22.5 on a 08 Holiday Rambler endeavor will they fit without a problem of rubbing or turning radius or any other problems*
Or what size and brand are you putting on your coach
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I have Toyo M144s. We love them. But I would never mess with the sizes. If I was to alter sizes it would be on the rear where I have a Tag axle and the 4 drive tires. My rig takes 295s, so if I was to change size in the back it would be 275s H rated (for weight).
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Hello Scott,

Just got Toyos M154 (245-75-22.5). They are replacing Michelins 235-80-22.5. They are a tad wider and the circumference is slightly shorter but not enough to significantly affect the speedometer reading. After only driving about 50 miles on 2-lane local roads and highways, I found them to be quite pleasant. The ride seems a little smoother and a lot less wandering. I think the sidewalls are a bit stiffer so they seem to hold the line quite well. I was driving in high winds and they felt much better then the Michelins. I have also read that they smell awful and that is true when you get close up to them, but that will eventually go away. So far, I am happy with them and they cost about $90 USD less each. I bought 6 so quite a saving.
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Hello group it's time to get new tires I have a 08 Holiday Rambler Endeavor the tire size is 275/80R22.5*


I have read a lot of good comments on Toyo Tires and was wondering if anybody has put M144 295/80R22.5 on a 08 Holiday Rambler endeavor will they fit without a problem of rubbing or turning radius or any other problems*



NO. The replacement closest to the 275/80R22.5 is the 295/75R22.5, not 295/80R22.5.


Suggest you get comments for going to the 295/75R22.5 size, as the 295/80R22.5 will change effective gear ratio as well as being wider.
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