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Old 04-07-2016, 06:12 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by D Lindy View Post
OK so my coach tires (Michelin) are suffering the dreaded SIDEWALL CRACKING syndrome. Called Michelin, took the coach to a dealer for inspection and tread depth measurements. Got a call from the dealer today and here's what Michelin offered to do on my DOT dated 0111 tires. Cost to me for 6 NEW tires is $768, total cost to me with, tax, mounting, etc for these 6 new tires is $ 1488!!!!! For a company to do this on tires that are 5+ years old I think is FANTASTIC. Based on the tread depth 1 of the tires is being replaced for FREE, that's no cost to me. I'd done a $ check straight up for 2 new fronts and it came to $1400, so basically, I'm getting my 4 rear tires for free.
$720 for mounting and balancing. My tire shop was only charging me $23.00 a tire for mounting and balancing Tax was on what I paid per tire, and ended up NOT charging me because when I went in for my appointment they had the wrong size. Had to wait 3 hours for distributor to bring the right ones.

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