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Old 01-14-2011, 02:38 AM   #1
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Looking for a good tire dealer in Colorado

It's time to replace the tires on the coach. I'm looking for a good tire dealer, please let me know.

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Old 01-14-2011, 05:24 AM   #2
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Tire dealer

We got our best price for a Michelin 235/80 22.5 at $340.00 including tax at Sam's club. They didn't stock but ordered for us. Took MH to a truck/RV shop and for $30.00 each tire they will mount and balance and install.
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FWIW, the K & C RV dealer in Longmont uses TDS in Longmont for all of their RV tire work. TDS is a truck & RV service close to the K & C RV dealer location. You can look them up in DEX Online.

I have no direct experience with TDS for tire work so I suggest you call them if interested to determine pricing. I purchased new tires last year at Pete's in Fontana, CA but that's a long ways to go for tires. Otherwise, Pete's is EXCELLENT!!!
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