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Old 02-20-2012, 07:44 PM   #1
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New Michelin RV Tire Guide

Looking for new tires I came across this handy Michelin RV Tire Guide.


http://www.costco.com/Images/Content...1_RV_Guide.pdf
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:56 PM   #2
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Thanks for that list, I could not find the "coach" tire.
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Thanks for that list, I could not find the "coach" tire.
That is due to the fact that the "coach" tire is not marketed as an RV tire but is marketed as a All-position, long-haul charter bus tire designed for mileage, safety and comfort.

However, smart dealers will let you know about the tire. We put 8 on our coach last year and love the ride and the coach handles much better!
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Looking for new tires I came across this handy Michelin RV Tire Guide.


http://www.costco.com/Images/Content...1_RV_Guide.pdf
The copyright date on that one is 2007, you might want to check the Michelin site for newer ones, I have one dated 2010 on my hard drive.
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That is due to the fact that the "coach" tire is not marketed as an RV tire but is marketed as a All-position, long-haul charter bus tire designed for mileage, safety and comfort.

However, smart dealers will let you know about the tire. We put 6 on our coach last year and love the ride and the coach handles much better!
Only in a 295/80 22.5. Wish it would fit our rig but I had to go to 305/70 22.5's on our fronts due to clearance with anything bigger. As it is I have to make sure the tires are pointed straight ahead when I dump the air.
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I have the 295 Coach tires and a friend of mine just put the 315 coach on his after blowing out a Goodyear on the right front. Tire was 2 1/2 years old and stored inside, Tire sensors with temp, no warning it just blew the side out.
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The copyright date on that one is 2007, you might want to check the Michelin site for newer ones, I have one dated 2010 on my hard drive.
Thanks, I noticed that after I pressed the Submit Button. Here's the link for the October 2011 New 2 Me Michelin RV Tire Guide!


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I have the 295 Coach tires and a friend of mine just put the 315 coach on his after blowing out..................
Sorry, but I'm confused The brouchure shows the "Coach XZ" as being available only as 295/80-22.5 LRJ. Am I missing something? THANKS, Ed
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Looking for new tires I came across this handy Michelin RV Tire Guide.


http://www.costco.com/Images/Content...1_RV_Guide.pdf
This is great...Thanks!
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Maybe I just don't know how to search them but does anyone know if Costco carries 8R19.5 tires? They are listed in the Michelin brochure but I cannot pull them up at the Costco site.
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