Just to clarify. The original tires were goodyear, they came with the motorhome. The only difference is that those tires were 14 ply and the Toyos M143 are 16 ply. Motorhome drove straigt and nerrow with the Goodyear and the only reason I changed tires was because the old tires were 7 years old. The feel of the new ones are that when I turn the wheel it seems like a long delay before the tires grab hold and turn, then I overcorrect its like fishtailing down the road
just purchased new Toyo tires for my 37 foot class A motorhome. When in town I did not notice any problem, but when I started on a 5000 mile cross country trip.I found that I had a hard time keeping the motorhome in control. I drove them 600 miles and faught the motorhome weaving back and forth, hard to keep in the lane. I went to atire shop and they said pressure was probably too low at 95lbs. they put air in at 115lbs. No change still hard to handle. Called les shwab tire where I got the tires and he said pressure too high should be 85lbs. I am probably going to have to buy new tires on the road, but hate loosing the $4000 bucks I have invested in these tires. Any suggestions of what to do. 85 lbs seems too low to me and creating a blow out problem. Does anyone have these tires on thier coach and what is your tire pressure. Thanks for letting me vent.