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Old 04-21-2010, 10:22 AM   #1
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Tire's (yes again, sorry)

Hi everybody, is anybody running Michelin XZA2 Energy tires?

After checking out the Continental's and Michelin's, I got a quote for $515 a tire at Les Schwab Tire for the Michelin 275/70R22.5. The Continental was about a hundred less.

Any pro's and con's on these? They say that they are specially made for motorhomes.

Thanks, Mike
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I replaced my steer axle tires last year with these tires in 315/80R22.5. They are good tires but they are not made specifically for motorhomes. They are primarily truck tires which is a good thing.

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Hi everybody, is anybody running Michelin XZA2 Energy tires?

After checking out the Continental's and Michelin's, I got a quote for $515 a tire at Les Schwab Tire for the Michelin 275/70R22.5. The Continental was about a hundred less.

Any pro's and con's on these? They say that they are specially made for motorhomes.

Thanks, Mike
Hi Mike,
I've just changed from Goodyear to Michelin XZA2'S all round and have a much better ride. Had it realigned at the same time, this makes a huge difference.
If you search the thread on tires there are a lot of opinions on what is best. In the end it's up to you but I always find you buy cheap and get cheap.
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