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Old 03-24-2017, 12:15 PM   #1
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Is Anyone Familiar With These Tires?

Hello All,
I've been pricing some tires for our 28 ft 1995 Coachmen Santara Class A.

Our tires are LT235 85 R16. We have a shop here in town that said they have been using the Hercules Terra Trac Cross-V tires on all the Class A's here in town. According to the shop they are, as they claim, "A really Good, long lasting, affordable tire that does very well on the RV's" They are a 70,000 mile tire, and the price is right as I can put 6 on my RV installed, balanced, etc. and also carry a 7th one as an unmounted spare for $825 total, but finding much info on them on line as far as reviews has proven difficult.

Have any of you used these tires, or do you know anything about them? Any info would be appreciated. Thank you, and Have a Wonderful Day!!!
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I have them on my 2000 Allegro 35R Bus. They ride good and for me that was bottom line. I did the research and they are Cooper tires Some made in US others overseas. You can google the tire model and manufacture date to find where they were made. Most of all the price was right. Richard
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What's their price for six 255/80R22.5G?
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I have them on my 2000 Allegro 35R Bus. They ride good and for me that was bottom line. I did the research and they are Cooper tires Some made in US others overseas. You can google the tire model and manufacture date to find where they were made. Most of all the price was right. Richard
Thanks for the info Richard, it is appreciated.

CSbuer Sorry, but I don't know. You'll have to price those yourself on the website or somewhere. The price I got was from one our local shops, and they don't ship them places or anything like that.

I've not been feeling well and haven't been on the site is why it took me so long to respond. Have a wonderful day!!
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The price is not bad , especially when including mounting balancing etc. Just make sure that the load rating is high enough for your rig!
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Thank you RolandRock. I'll be sure to check that.
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