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Old 05-01-2012, 06:08 PM   #1
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Best place to buy tires near Lakeland Florida

Am buying a motorhome in Lakeland and it needs all new rubber-22.5" wheels, would appreciate any suggestions .Thanks
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Old 05-01-2012, 06:12 PM   #2
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If you can find a Sam's Club try them. We got best price on a new tire from Sam's in Ocala. They don't mount but that is easy to find a truck store to have that done. We paid $434.00 with tax for 22.5 tire.
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Old 05-02-2012, 07:07 AM   #3
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If you can find a Sam's Club try them. We got best price on a new tire from Sam's in Ocala. They don't mount but that is easy to find a truck store to have that done. We paid $434.00 with tax for 22.5 tire.
What kind of tires are they?
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Old 05-04-2012, 06:43 PM   #4
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I got the best price on 6 Michelins from Olin Mott in east Tampa. They do a lot of truck and fleet work and have an excellent reputation. Tires were only three months from manufactures date. Great service.
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I had corner-weighing, front and rear axles aligned, ride height set AND Michelins done at Josam's in Orlando. Excellent service & fair pricing.
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:29 PM   #6
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Costco,,,but they do not mount them,,,FMCA has a deal with Michelin that gives a good discount but in NJ costco beat the FMCA price.
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Costco,,,but they do not mount them,,,FMCA has a deal with Michelin that gives a good discount but in NJ costco beat the FMCA price.
Do you think you can help me out here because I have called a few Costco stores and they all tell me that they can not get those tires, do you have the part number and maybe the phone number for the store, if you could share that info It would be very appreciated. Thanks Joe
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Old 05-05-2012, 01:06 AM   #8
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Try Snidertire.com Company; they are a nationwide commercial tire supplier and probably can give you a good price plus all off their service is "road service"; they have someone near you who will come to you.
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You might try to find a Goodyear store. I've always had good luck with them. A little more money but they stand behind their work wherever it was done at. Plus most of these stores will have other brands to choose from and the knowledge to go with it.
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The store I went through was in Brick NJ in Nov 2011, they may have changed their policies since then. They were 275's XRZ 22.5, they may not want to be bothered sometimes they can get very lazy if the item you want isn't in stock. keep trying
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Bobo's in Lake Alfred on US 17 west of the US 27 overpass. They can true and balance (with real weights) and check your alignment. They may or may not have the best tire price but you should like the service. Josams in Orlando is excellent, particularly if you want to get your coach weighed. They have some of the best equipment and people you will find for that type of work.
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The store I went through was in Brick NJ in Nov 2011, they may have changed their policies since then. They were 275's XRZ 22.5, they may not want to be bothered sometimes they can get very lazy if the item you want isn't in stock. keep trying
I will try them out thanks.
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