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Old 07-30-2021, 06:11 PM   #1
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Recommended Michelin Tire Options

15 CS

Looking to replace original tires.

Currently have Michelin - Pilote XZA1 (365/70R 22.5 front and 315/80R 22.5 rear.

Definitely leaning strongly to Michelins but may consider Toyo’s.

Question: Is the Pilote XZA1 still the best Michelin model … any other suggestions in model or size?

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15 CS

Looking to replace original tires.

Currently have Michelin - Pilote XZA1 (365/70R 22.5 front and 315/80R 22.5 rear.

Definitely leaning strongly to Michelins but may consider Toyo’s.

Question: Is the Pilote XZA1 still the best Michelin model … any other suggestions in model or size?

Thanks all.
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Old 07-30-2021, 09:59 PM   #3
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No, that series is not currently installed on new coaches. My Michelin tires are XZA and X-Line Energy series of Michelin tires and I believe that series is still the default tire line on coaches delivered from the factory.

Michelin tires are expensive but that is the only tire manufacturer I will ever run on my Entegra coaches.


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When we bought our "new to us" 2004 Pace Arrow in January, i was offered all new tires. I chose Sailuns and had balance beads put in all 6 tires.
They wear great, they are quiet, and she rides like a dream.
About 1/2 the cost of Michelin's.

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Just replaced the back six on our 15 and the fronts a short time ago. The pilot series has change to x line as Gary mentioned. I went back to Michelin since the originals did well.
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