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Old 05-04-2014, 06:44 PM   #1
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I'm going to need 6 tires for my motorhome size LT 225/75R16 . There starting to get hairline cracks on the sidewalls, how much approximate could I pay for these tires apiece?
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:12 PM   #3
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That's a hard one depends on what your looking for make sure you get quotes for the proper load range for your coach that will affect the price and safety, it's on the side wall of your tires and I'm sure it's in your owners manual.
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If tires cracking do not roll it. Replace
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Depending on the brand anywhere from $150 to $300 per tire. I put 4 Cooper tires on from Discount Tire last June and paid $700 out the door. I only travel locally so didn't want to spend $$$$$ for tires.
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:01 PM   #6
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I'm in the same position as awarnes. We don't travel far and stay within a few hours drive.

Anyway, I bought 6 of that size last year for $125 each. They are some no name brand but load range E.
I would say you should be able to get a decent tire for under $200 a piece, but that's a guess.
I can't stress enough, don't run those tires, even if they are only just a little bit cracked.
That's how mine where when I decided I wasn't going far, and I only run about 60 mph, and the weather wasn't extremely hot.
Long story short, within 10 miles of the house, the tread came off one of the inside duals. Had it been on the other side, it would have wiped out the gray, and possibly the black water tanks. Fortunately, there was little damage to the underside of the coach.
On a side note, the tires where all properly inflated, I ALWAYS check the tires before we go on a trip. As a matter of fact, that tire (what was left of it) held air for a few weeks after that!
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Are you current tires Michelins?
Michelin LTX M/S LT 225/75R16 tires made from 2010 to 2012 have a recall and are being replaced for free my Michelin.
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Thanks for the info on the tires we checked our numbers and sure enough there is a recall on our tires for our new to us since Oct 2013 (2010 itasca spirit) we have an appt tomorrow morning for new replacement tires. 👍
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Yea! You will like them. Just put the first 600 miles on mine. Nice and quiet on the road and felt great in the rain.
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I just got 6 brand new tires Laredo HD/H now I feel better to go on the road for first trip end of May.
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Good for you . . . .happy trails !!!
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Good for you . . . .happy trails !!!
I guess you haven't seen his other post on his new tires ?
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