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Does anyone have Toyo tires on their motorhome and how do you like them put them on my car and like them but not sure about the motorhome I have Michelin right now any input would be helpful I have a 37 foot class a motorhome


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Ran a set until age limit but I had over 50K miles on them. They held up well and I would install them again

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I have Toyo Opencountry AT tires on my truck which I am happy with. Unfortunately the size speced for my Motorhome is not available from Toyo. They have sizes that are close but I don't want to throw off my speedometer/odometer using them.
If they had an exact match I would definately give them a try..


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I'm very happy with my Toyo tires that replaced my Michelin tires with potential sidewall issues.
They probably give a bit rougher ride, but that's OK.

The manager at Les Schwab Tires came around the counter and shook my hand when I bought them.


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Installed Toyo 295/80r22.5 7 years ago and 55000 miles ago, after I bought the coach,an 03 Beaver Marquis . I Replaced 5-year-old failing cracked sidewall Michelins. I didn't notice any handling difference between them but I only had a short time that I drove the 5-year-old Michelins. The Toyos still look new, with no cracks of course the tread is great since they are 150-200 thousand mile tires and I have never covered them, but I full time and they dont sit for Months. I'm looking to replace them this year as I believe they have timed out at 7-8 years. I would go with them again, no question! I will never put Michelin on with all the cracking on others I've personally seen and they are way overpriced.


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I have M-154 Toyos. Replaced Michelins, and, while I'm a Michelin guy for my cars (for at least 20 years) the Toyos ride and handle good. And are $100 (or more) per tire cheaper.

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Love the Toyos on our class A, I have had mixed results with Michelins on our cars, trucks, and full size conversion vans over the years. When searching for Class A rigs to purchase many had Toyos, some with 10 years plus on them, wouldn't have known as they exhibited no sidewall cracking and very little treadwear. Already replaced our front tires with Toyos last year and will be replacing the 4 rear tires soon with Toyos as well.

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Put 'em on my Class A, along with a set of Dually Valves on the rear, when the time came for new rubber... Over a thousand dollars less expensive than Michelins with FMCA discount (I checked)

Only complaint was against the installer. NOT the tire (They did not replace front valve stems. only the rear. had one of the front valve stems break. This is not a tire problem but it would have been under different conditions)

The biggest difference in those tires is tread life.. They won't go as many miles (If installed on a semi truck)

On an RV you won't wear them out .. you will age them out (Same as the Big M tires they last about the same number of years)..

No complaints and saved big bucks. Only poked one hole in the tire company parking lot (They really needed lessons on jacking up a motor home at the store)


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I'm extremely happy with my toyo tires.


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I've had Toyo tires on our Bay Star for a couple of years and they have been great! I think they are an excellent tire at a reasonable price.


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