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Old 08-09-2022, 03:28 PM   #1
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Who has the best prices on class A motorhome tires. 295/80 R22.5 or 275/80 R22.5?
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Who has the best prices on class A motorhome tires. 295/80 R22.5 or 275/80 R22.5?


Toyo M144 are good tires I payed $550 for 295/80R22.5. Michelin run around $900 in that size.
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Depends on the make and where you live.
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Do an internet search for "best price" and/or check with your local tire shop.
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Just google each tire size in turn and check. Some have free shipping. Amazon does if you have Prime. I went with Roadlux. Read up on them, read the reviews, saw they were inexpensive and were free shipping, installed them on the fronts. A year later, they were wearing and driving so well that I bought another 4 for the rears. Still looking good. Went to tire shops around the area and found a couple who would let me ship straight to them and install them for like $60 each. Love's Tires Stores do that too though I used a local shop this time.
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Toyo M144 are good tires I payed $550 for 295/80R22.5. Michelin run around $900 in that size.
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Another happy M144 owner. Not the cheapest, but a great tire.
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Who has the best prices on class A motorhome tires. 295/80 R22.5 or 275/80 R22.5?

Those two sizes are NOT interchangeable.


What size do you need/what size is indicated on your GVWR plaque?
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Old 08-09-2022, 07:45 PM   #9
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Tireget.com probably the best prices for Michelin 2000.00 for 4
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Those sizes are interchangeable, IMO, see here: Tire comparison

That link is the guide I go by and so far it's been right every time. So glad I found it early on as over the last 18 years of full time Class A driving, it's saved me thousands when I needed to search for low cost tires.

The plaque put on by the manufacturer is a suggestion not a statement of fact. A reference, a guide. They are saying, "This is what we tried to put on at the factory...". I know of cases where brand new rigs had tires of different sizes from the plaque right from the get go. Seems to me that it's just telling you that you must use 22.5" tires. That's all. And that's to be expected. You don't stop manufacturing just because you run out of one particular tire size. The engineers allow a fudge factor in designing the wheel wells too.
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Best price has nothing to do with the best coach tire for the money.
You want cheap go to Walmart and buy some off brand foreign maypops.
You want quality, there are many choices for nearly every budget. There are literally thousands of posts on this forum regarding "best" tires for the money.
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Tireget.com probably the best prices for Michelin 2000.00 for 4


I didnít see a 295R8022.5 there.
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Actually the 275/80R22.5 and 295/75R22.5 are a closer match. Been there, done that.


https://www.tacomaworld.com/tirecalc....5-295-75r22.5
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