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Old 07-27-2011, 12:58 AM   #15
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FYI: My local Costco quoted six Michelin 235/80/22.5's @ $2,525. spin balanced with nitrogen warranties including a 9.8% sales tax. I think they have other sizes.
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FYI: My local Costco quoted six Michelin 235/80/22.5's @ $2,525. spin balanced with nitrogen warranties including a 9.8% sales tax. I think they have other sizes.
There are 235/80/22.5's and then there are 235/80/22.5's. The price lists above show several models in that size and they vary in price.

So, which model tire are they quoting on and what is the load range? These are important bits of information when discussing tire prices.

In my size, even if they could get the tires, they wouldn't be able to install them... the don't have the equipment for 275/80 22.5 tires. I know I have asked.
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Now that I am home I can post the March 2011 Michelin price lists. Attached are two lists; one is the Dealers Price List and the other is the NAFA Base Price List showing the Advantage Program price:
Nothing was attached ??
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"Nothing was attached ?? "





The attachments are cleared marked in his post and they open correctly.
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"Nothing was attached ?? "

The attachments are cleared marked in his post and they open correctly.
Thanks for the reply. I use the iphone app and it didn't pick up the attachments. Maybe one of the moderators can explain why.
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Please bear in mind that it's a free app to a free web site.

The app is just not as feature rich as the web site.

The only suggestion to reinstall the app to see if that helps.
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Please bear in mind that it's a free app to a free web site.

The app is just not as feature rich as the web site.

The only suggestion to reinstall the app to see if that helps.
Thanks. I'll try that.
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Does this program apply to TOAD tires also?
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Does this program apply to TOAD tires also?

I don't know. Suggest you call Tony Lacey, at 678-410-1431 for information/price.

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What kind of luck are people having with Michelin RV tires. I have seen some that were only approx. 4yrs old and already had a fair amount of sidewall cracking.
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There are 235/80/22.5's and then there are 235/80/22.5's. The price lists above show several models in that size and they vary in price.

So, which model tire are they quoting on and what is the load range? These are important bits of information when discussing tire prices.

In my size, even if they could get the tires, they wouldn't be able to install them... the don't have the equipment for 275/80 22.5 tires. I know I have asked.
You are so right---Michelin XRV's 4675 single 4410 dual----
If they don't have your size then don't get yours there---
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What kind of luck are people having with Michelin RV tires. I have seen some that were only approx. 4yrs old and already had a fair amount of sidewall cracking.

MIne are DOT 1002---smooth as a babies bottom---came with the mh new. I'm replacing them after being completely satisfied---I cared for them in all the appropriate ways and they preformed flawlessly. That's not a general comment on Michelins---just the ones I have.
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What kind of luck are people having with Michelin RV tires. I have seen some that were only approx. 4yrs old and already had a fair amount of sidewall cracking.
My Michelin XRVs were made in 2005 and the sidewalls look perfect after 6 years and about 50,000 miles. I put Aerospace Protectant 303 on them two or three times per year.

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