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Posted: 10/02/21 10:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a 2014 Winnebago and am looking to replace tires. CUrrently the tires are Michelin 235 80 R22.5 Having problems finding the same tire, and would consider another brand. Any suggestions welcomed.

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Cooper and Toyo. Look at a nice big rig. What's he running? Those guys know more about truck tires than anyone here

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I’m happy with my Sumitomo’s.

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I went with Toyo. No problems.


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247/75R22.5 is a pretty close match by other tire makers.

Verify your rim size.


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I went Toyo this time, Michelin hasn't done anything but let me down with their garbage product.


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When I redid mine I went to Belle Tire here in Michigan and we decided on Toyo's

Now the thing with Toyo's is they don't have the tread life (in miles) of a Michelin, but on an RV... You never wear out the tread so what does it matter (They age out first).

I also ordered up a set of Duly Valves and had them installed at tire change
If you have duals on the rear I strongly and I mean STRONGLY recommend you do likewise.


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My Toyos have 60,000 miles on them. Lots of tread left--but they age out in spring of 2022.

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I buy any tire other than a Michelin, but that's just me.

Currently we're riding on Bridgestones.


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