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Old 07-24-2022, 05:39 PM   #1
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Tire Recommendation

Good afternoon,
I own a 2018 P31 Alante. The coach is now 4 years old and has 19,000 miles on it. I have read many posts recommending that the tires be replaced after 4 to 5 years of age regardless of the mileage. I have Goodyear tires on it now and they have been great. I would like to know what tires you guys recommend. Best ride, least tire failures etc. Should I be replacing them now or when? I appreciate all opinions.
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I was always "prejudiced" towards Michelin on the MH's. FMCA has a great discount program, on top of their other benefits, which made it well worth being a member.
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Old 07-24-2022, 06:49 PM   #3
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If you have a Discount Tire close ask them. They deal with thousands of tires for thousands of different applications.
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I have a 2021 vision 29f (alante) and replaced my Goodyear steer tires with toyos at about 5k miles and they made a minimal, but noticeable improvement on ride and steering control. I did make several chassis updates shortly after so it admittedly may have been a placebo affect (I had maybe a few hundred miles before making the chassis changes). I replaced them due to the horror stories about the Goodyear's and blowouts, but I kept the rears and they still seem fine. I do plan to replace the rears around year 5 unless needed earlier. I have a thorough visual inspection of all tires before each trip (along with my sway bar bolts after one fell off during my first trip).
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That is not a true or fair test of control as replacing old with new gives you back the control you lost with edges wear in the tires.
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My 2019 34G has about 30k miles on it. The factory Michelins still look like new. I keep it in shade or covered. I’ll replace them every 8 years or so as long as they look good. By that I mean no sidewall cracking.
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