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Old 02-11-2010, 09:33 PM   #1
jerry57g
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Default Tire sizing question

What is the difference if any between a tire labeled 11R-22.5 10R-22.5 etc and one labeled 275/70-22.5 etc. Or is it simply a matter of old and newer sizing labeling?
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Old 02-15-2010, 11:55 PM   #2
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What brand of tires are we talking about here. Are all three the same brand? All I know is that I had some Toyo tires installed about a year ago and they are 265/75 22.5 and they replaced Michelins 255/80 22.5 tires. The Toyo's seem to be a higher tire then the Michelins. Love the Toyo's. Smoothest tire you can have. Had them balanced with Equal and Air X valve stems were also installed.
I mentioned that different companies show different markings on the tires. Like Goodyears will show a G-and a number on their tires.
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