We've got Toyo M-145 tires on our Georgetown 325. We went with Toyo because we're in the area of the country covered by Les Schwab franchises and Toyo is one of their "house" brands. when I went in to arrange the deal, the store manager offered, without any prompting other than knowing the tires were for an RV, to search the warehouse inventory for the newest tires he could find. He found a set of six that were less than six weeks old.
Their customer support is the best in the industry and well worth paying a premium for the tires.
A set of six was about $2300, including all new valve stems and dynamic balancing.
As an example of their customer service, we'd been regulars with several stores in the northern reaches of the Seattle metropolitan area for about 15 years. We leased a new Honda Accord. One evening we were headed out for dinner with one of my airline customers when we got a tire failure, a hole in the sidewall of one of the front tires.
We put the emergency spare on for the evening and then went to Schwab the next day. Because the car was a lease, the lease agreement required we put the same brand tire on both wheels on either the front or the back. I'd priced a single tire the same as the other side, Schwab agreed to provide a pair of matching tires for about what the single one would have cost at a local Goodyear store.
We and our kids have had wonderful service from the Les Schwab franchises in the greater Seattle area. Can't say enough good about these guys.
If you don't live in an area served by Les Schwab, my sympathy!
BTW, I don't work for them and have no ties except as a very satisfied customer.
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners