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Old 01-11-2017, 08:44 AM   #1
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Replacing tires

I have Michelin XZA3 275-80-22.5 tires. Since my last post I am leaning toward replacing them with a Toyo brand. The Toyo tires are 1 inch wider than the Michelin and right now, with the Michelin's on, there is approximately 1-1/2 inches between the two duals where the tire bulges sitting on the ground. My question is this...Is this too close, will that allow enough clearance for the Toyo tires? Thanks.
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The Toyo that I am looking to replace the michelins are toyo m 170 h rating
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I'd buy truck tires, seems the rubber lasts longer than the RV tires and cost less than 1/2. I've been running them for a while now. Got 11 years of the first set, and am on 7 years on this set. I only got about 3 years out of the Mich's. Dry rot seems to be the biggest factor in both cases. Truck tires, 19's run about $1600 a set, Mich's were $3600 for a set. Just my experience.... but, with the truck tires you will get a bit of a bump bump on a cold morning when first starting out, but I've never had to have them rebalanced......
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I I decided to go with the toyo M 170 . I will keep you guys posted after I get them on.thx
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