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Posted: 09/11/19 07:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The 11R22.5s should be readily available at truck stops that's
why some people choose to run them plus they are usually much
cheaper .
I believe they are actually semi trailer tires

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Well unless you drive most all day every day those tires like the XRV will age out before they wear out .

XRV's with the FMCA plan will run you about 400 bucks a tire installed (I stress About because installation varies) And are the exact tire for your rig.

I have Toyo's on mine. less than 1/2 of 1% difference in size. the tread life is not as good but re-read the 1st paragraph. they will age out.. 2300 for six of them INSTALLED. (ROunded price actually less).


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We run Michelin 275/70/22.5 they have preformed well, I put them on in 2010 and 70,000 miles ago.

I changed the two steer tires this year. I flat spotted them in the frost heaves on the Al-Can.


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