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Old 11-22-2015, 05:50 PM   #1
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I am looking for a good tire dealer that sell 22.5'' tires. Iwould like to find a place near joliet, illinois,(40 miles southwest of Chicago) thanks
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Don't know what specific size 22.5's you need....we found and ordered Michelin 235 70R 22.5G 's (OEM size and maker) from CostCo...$414.

The only part to figure is installer. The CostCo tire center local to us doesn't service tires that size, so we will be using a truck service.

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Don't know what specific size 22.5's you need....we found and ordered Michelin 235 70R 22.5G 's (OEM size and maker) from CostCo...$414.

The only part to figure is installer. The CostCo tire center local to us doesn't service tires that size, so we will be using a truck service.

Best luck
I have yet to see a Costco that works on 22.5 or 24" size tires. Doesn't mean they aren't out there, just that I haven't seen it yet.
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FMCA member? Check out their Michelin tire program. You'll save a lot of $$$, join and save. The program is outstanding.


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Toyo a great tire at a great price. Bought 6 for $2200 22.5 mounted, balanced, tax.
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the Advantage program might save money, but I've seen cases where the tire dealer cold and did do better. Last tires we bought we a couple months before FMCA announced their program.
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