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Old 07-04-2021, 12:20 PM   #1
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2015 Itasca 37f, best low cost tires?

Hi , I currently have Michelin 255/80r22.5 XRV tires, dated 27 14. They are in desperate need of replacement. I want to go with Toyo tires in the equivalent diameter. I read some time ago Toyo doesn't make a 255/80/22.5? So what would be a matching size to keep the proper diameter and load rating? Thanks in advance!
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I use simple tire as a price reference and then shop around.
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I think that Firestone has an equivalent tire.
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Hi , I currently have Michelin 255/80r22.5 XRV tires, dated 27 14. They are in desperate need of replacement. I want to go with Toyo tires in the equivalent diameter. I read some time ago Toyo doesn't make a 255/80/22.5? So what would be a matching size to keep the proper diameter and load rating? Thanks in advance!
A 265/75/22.5 would not be exact but very close.
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A 265/75/22.5 would not be exact but very close.
RV is in getting To yo 265/75r22.5 model 154 tires now. $2800 out the door. Thanks all.
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2015 Itasca 37f, best low cost tires?

Hi gregsdart,
Can you tell us where you got your Toyo tires installed, as my Michelins are the same size as yours and I need to replace them?
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When I replaced ours we were running Michelin G rated and the same size you have. I am a Michelin fan so I put Michelin H rated on mine. Most motorhomes are running at max weight or close to it so I went with the H rated tires. You need to weigh your rig loaded to go and see what weight you are looking at.
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Hi gregsdart,
Can you tell us where you got your Toyo tires installed, as my Michelins are the same size as yours and I need to replace them?
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Old 07-25-2021, 08:54 AM   #9
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Ron, the Toyos have the same weight carrying numbers as the original Michilins . tires total 30,000 , mh gvwr 24,000.
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