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Old 04-16-2016, 02:54 PM   #11
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I bought the 4 pack of deluxe covers for $50 from Amazon last month for my 2015 xl377. They should be the same tires. Nice covers and the fit is very good.
Do you have the Amazon link handy?
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:01 PM   #12
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Why can't anyone just read the manufacturers specs.
The tires you quoted above were 235/80/22.5 (which are 37") but you highlighted the 225/70/19.5 (which are 32").
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:27 PM   #13
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The rims are 22.5" not the tires.
What size tires do you have will give you an answer.
Michelin 235/80/22.5 possible?
These tires are 32" diameter
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Michelin 235/80/22.5 possible?
These tires are 32" diameter
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The tires you quoted above were 235/80/22.5 (which are 37") but you highlighted the 225/70/19.5 (which are 32").
X2, the only size that has been referenced is a 235/80R22.5, as per the spec sheet below and are 37.1 inches in diameter.
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:43 PM   #14
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Why can't anyone just read the manufacturers specs.
ops u r right
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The tires you quoted above were 235/80/22.5 (which are 37") but you highlighted the 225/70/19.5 (which are 32").

2x that. I measured mine at the same.
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Old 04-25-2016, 02:01 PM   #16
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Any update on which tire covers people decided to order? I found these which seem like they are big enough around, but maybe not deep enough for the rear duals:

Amazon.com: Classic Accessories 80-223-172302-00 White 32" - 34.5" Diameter x 9" Width RV Deluxe Wheel Cover, (Pack of 4): Automotive

I'm curious what everyone is using for their 364s with 22.5" wheels.

Thanks!
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I had the 32_34 but the didn't cover completely. Replaced them with the 40 and they just touch the ground....
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