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Old 06-11-2022, 04:02 PM   #15
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our Jayco class c came new .with Hankook dynapro ht 225/75r16 115/112s 10 ply tires. 8000 miles on them with no issues. have not seen anyone using them on this forum? anyone have any problems with them. how long/miles before you consider replacing them. would you get them again or go with another brand?
i have the same on our 2018 coachman leprachaun HOWEVER, noticed a crack in one of the sidewalls on rear tire and on further inspection noticed considerable cracking around the lettering and numbers, one other of the tires showing similar defects, local rv shop investigated and noticed the tires were manufactured in 2012 and installed on that chasis in 2017, left a message with hankook to inquire about warranty but so far no reply. air pressure in tires was always kept at recommended psi, only 16500 miles on tires with 2/3 s thread left, however ive seen 15 year old side walls in better shape than those 2 particular tires
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Old 06-12-2022, 06:07 PM   #16
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our Jayco class c came new .with Hankook dynapro ht 225/75r16 115/112s 10 ply tires. 8000 miles on them with no issues. have not seen anyone using them on this forum? anyone have any problems with them. how long/miles before you consider replacing them. would you get them again or go with another brand?
Hankooks are good tires IMO.
I've had several sets, however none in your size.
Surprised yours came with 225s.
I would think a 1-ton rig would have at least 245s.
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Old 06-12-2022, 10:31 PM   #17
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I had Hankooks on my 1/2 ton Tacoma Truck. I found them to be "soft". Try Firestone tires for your RV. I put those on my 2016 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 22r. Got a great deal for (6) tires at a tire shop that handles big rigs. Try shopping there.
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Hankooks are great! Have them on my two cars. The original Michelin's on the DW's Odyssey wore terribly, the ride was harsh and the road noise was loud. All that went away with the Hankooks.

On my 32'6" 2015 Class C the Michelin's were cracking badly. I chose the Kumho Crugen HT51 121/120C. Again, the ride and road noise are greatly improved over the Michelin's. Plus I like the weight cushion the additional load rating gives. I don't have to run 80psi in the rears which is max for the rims anyway.

Oh, and here's something to think about if you haven't changed your tires or haven't looked for yourself... When my tire guy was changing mine he said the inner duals had date codes in '09 !!! The outer, more visible ones were in '14.
I think the dealer where I bought the RV, who also does rentals, may have done a swap.
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