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Old 07-24-2015, 06:21 PM   #1
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10R 22.5 14ply tires in NorCal or Oregon

I have been quoted @ $462 per tire either Toyo or Bridgestone 10R22.5 tires on the rear axle of our rig. Date codes will be less than 6 months.

FET, mounting, new metal valve stems and sales tax included.

Does anyone have an idea if the above cost is reasonable for the NorCal and Southern Oregon area?
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The 11R22.5 is a more standard tire due to its vast use on trucks. I believe I paid something in the $250 range last year at a major tire shop.
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though ca charges sales tax but if you are searching carefully, you might find the tires are cheaper in ca than in oregon. i recently experienced that.
in sacramento area, there is a "radial tire center" (note there is another "radial tire service", they are not related), try what prices they ask. i changed 4 sumitomo 12r22.5 otd $1900 in gilroy a week ago.
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Don't know if that price is good or not. I got Michlean tires from Superior Tire in Eugene at a good price through the FMCA program. Their service was excellent so you might check them out. They do handle other brands

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That's almost exactly what I just paid for two Toyos at Radial Tire in Elk Grove, CA this week.

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This last spring we replaced the two front tire with Firestone FS560's and were $900.00 out the door. That was about the same priced I paid in Alaska four years ago for the same tire.
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