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Old 02-03-2014, 02:37 AM   #1
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Looking to replace tires on coach, does anyone have a name of a good tire place in Las Vegas. Any comments on preferences of brands? Have Goodyear on now.

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Old 02-03-2014, 09:37 AM   #2
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Purcell's in Las Vegas has taken good care of us. We have Goodyear RV670'S, it's been 6 yrs now. about time to look for replacements we will go back to Purcell's
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I am a Michelin fan based upon good experiences. Now on third set purchased. Last set I bought via the FMCA Michelin program. Good price and authorized Michelin dealer who knew their stuff.
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Last set of michelin tires I bought had bad sidewall cracks in three years. I would not buy michelins again at any price. Hankooks seem to ride well and are quiet. The price is not bad either.
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posted a reply 2 hrs ago but it got posted as a new thread
I have had good experience with a tire dealer on Blue Diamond about 1 mile West of the Silverton Casino Large facility and easy to see from the street its on the South side of street.
Moving to Vegas later this year can you rec any storage facilities for a 40 ft MH also know of any reliable repair facilities?

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Sorry I don't live in Las Vegas, do you remember the name of the tire facility you mentioned?
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Ted Wiens 702-735-7315 order your tires from Monaco International if you can

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I would suggest the Love's truck stop in Las Vegas. I recently replaced all my tires with Yokohama 103ZR which I got from Love's (in West Virginia). First I had them order these which meant they were only 3 months old. Second they gave me $75 for each of my old tires. If you want to go for the Michelin equivalents Love's will honor the FMCA discount, although they are still $100 more then than the Yokohama's.
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