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Old 01-08-2012, 09:11 AM   #15
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Many thanks for all the replies here.

I stumbled upon a Country Coach of similar size and they were running Toyo 12Rs all around with good reports.

I guess I'll have to deal with the speedometer error caused by the taller tire if I go to the 12Rs.

I had called Roberts Tire in Phoenix earlier but will call back to see if they can get the Bridgestones.
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If you run with a GPS just use the mph on it. I know thats what I use when I am driving most of the time.

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Many thanks for all the replies here.

I stumbled upon a Country Coach of similar size and they were running Toyo 12Rs all around with good reports.

I guess I'll have to deal with the speedometer error caused by the taller tire if I go to the 12Rs.

I had called Roberts Tire in Phoenix earlier but will call back to see if they can get the Bridgestones.

If you have a Beedee speedometer you can change the dip switch settings to correct the output. Go to beedee.com/Techdocs and select the design with your number of dip switches.
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