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Toyo M154

Toyo M154

Toyo's M154 is a highway all position or steer tire. Popular with Class A trucks and Motorhome and RV owners, the M154 offers Toyo's E Balance Technology delivering excellent longevity and fuel economy. The M154 features a full 22/32nds of tread depth and most are speed rated to 75 MPH.
Tire Size UTQG Rating Service Description Load/Ply Rating Mileage Warranty Sidewall Per Tire Best Price Guarantee Add To Cart
11R225 NA 144L G-14 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 439.23 lowest-price-button_tn Add
11R225 NA 146L H-16 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 463.39 lowest-price-button_tn Add
11R245 NA 146L G-14 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 463.39 lowest-price-button_tn Call
11R245 NA 149L H-16 Ply N/A Black Wall $ 487.59 lowest-price-button_tn Add
245/75R225 - 134L G-14 Ply N/A $ 317.06 lowest-price-button_tn Add
265/75R225 - 138L G-14 Ply N/A $ 380.07 lowest-price-button_tn Add
295/75R225 - 146L H-16 Ply N/A $ 448.39 lowest-price-button_tn Call

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Avg. Customer Review:    10star
Reviewed by 2 customers - Own these tires? Write a Review.

10star (5.0/ 5.0)
Goodbye Michelin, Hello Toyo!

By Stephen from Flagstaff Arizona on Vehicle:   
Miles Driven on Tires: 27000
Driving Style: Cautious
Driving Conditions: Mostly Highway
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful:

The M154's have been excellent for us. Very satisfied with the ride quality, and low noise. They have never left us by the side of the road, unlike the Michelin's they replaced. I am very happy, and will replace with same.


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10star (5.0/ 5.0)
Best RV Tires I've Had

By Craig from Naples Florida on Vehicle:   
Miles Driven on Tires: 22000
Driving Style: Cautious
Driving Conditions: Mostly Highway
Would buy Tire Again?: yes

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful:

After three failures on 235/80R225 Michelin XRV's in less than 6,000 miles, it was time to do something different. Let me provide some background. I am a VERY VERY VERY meticulous owner. I check my tire pressures every time I go out. If we are going on a long trip, I scale my motorhome to make sure the weight is evenly distributed and adjust pressure where needed. I keep the tires covered from sun and rain damage when the RV is not in use. I even go to the point of putting an elevated concrete pad under the tires to keep rainwater runoff from hitting them when its parked in our storage area. Despite all this, 3 failures. Michelin told us that we were overloaded - I countered with documentation from the scales. Then they said we hit something. WRONG! So on to Toyo (245/75R225's). The M154 has been a godsend. I checked around on the forums and a few people recommended them. They were right-on. The ride is every bit as good as the Michelin. Smooth and quiet. They have been on there now two years and 22,000 miles. ZERO FAILURES. No evidence of dry rot, though its early for that. Rain and braking traction is very good. Consider that these are half (HALF!) the price of the XRV and its a no brainer. I'd like to give you something negative, but I have nothing bad to say about them. Go buy the Toyo's - end of discussion.


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