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Old 03-03-2010, 09:53 AM   #1
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Tire Information Needed

Hi All, I am going to be replacing my Tires this Spring and I need some Help.
This is on my 2001 Dynasty 36'. I currently have Goodyear 295 75 R 22.5 Load Range H I have read all the threads I could find. I understand that not all brands are available in that size, many have gone to 295 80 R 22.5 or 11 R 22.5 .I have also read that Load range H is not a best choice although H was the original Load Range G would be better. Will the larger size fit with no interference problems?
I have used just about all brands on my prior MHs and Cars. I have had problems with Michelin weathering and cracking but that was at least 10 years ago and that may no longer be an issue. I have had very good service from Costco house brand on one of my prior MHs (made by Bridgestone or Firestone) but they no longer supply them at least in NY.
I am open to all suggestions for Brands, Models and Purchase locations. By the way I have no problems with not having the most prestigious brand or model.
Low price would also be a plus.
I do plan on using "Dyna Beads" large size beads.
thanks
Robert
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Load Range Correction

I read a post incorrectly, "H" is the correct Load Range. and 12R 22.5 is correct alternate size.
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