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Old 09-06-2016, 05:03 PM   #1
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FMCA Michelin Tire prices

Has anyone purchased 855 X 80 x22 tires through the program lately? I am curious what the FMCA price is for this size--the info on the web site has prices that are a couple years old. Are dealer discounts better?
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Last week I checked FMCA and a local dealer on 295/80R22.5 XZA2 Energy. The dealer price was about $35/tire better, out the door. So I'd check both. That does not include the membership dues for FMCA. I am not a member.
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Last week I checked FMCA and a local dealer on 295/80R22.5 XZA2 Energy. The dealer price was about $35/tire better, out the door. So I'd check both. That does not include the membership dues for FMCA. I am not a member.
I am a member but I can't ind a current price from Michellin for members--the dealer said he doesn't know what the company special price is.
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Has anyone purchased 855 X 80 x22 tires through the program lately? I am curious what the FMCA price is for this size--the info on the web site has prices that are a couple years old. Are dealer discounts better?
Oops, tire size is 255 X 80R x22.5 G.
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You need the MSPC code for the tire your supposed to call FMCA with it for the up to date price for it. Use the RV PDFs file to get that code.

I had to do that last month for my rear tires I was supposed to save everything for my front tires but alas I have not been able to find the link but I will start from scratch tomorrow as I want to check tires for my toad.

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I think this page is it, you use your FMCA number to sign in

http://www.fmca.com/join-family-moto...nnections/3448
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xze $459.00 plus $16.00 FET . That's my advantage member price and in the past it is the same program fmca uses so it should be the same.
XRV $463.00 plus 16.
255/80-22.5
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Best retail price last week was $565 plus tax, mounting, and disposal or old tire.
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Don't know if this helps but in June 2014 I went to a truck tire store in Escondido Ca. to buy and install 6 Michelin 235/80/'22.5 tires for my motor home. The owner advised he would be glad to sell me the tires but if I wanted to save $$ I should go to Costco, have them order the tires and bring them to him to install. Total cost including mount and balance was approx. $3;300
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