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Old 03-24-2014, 12:25 PM   #43
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The 275/70/22.5 2E's (6 of them) that I got through The Micheline Advantage program in DFW area on Friday were a mixed bag of 2013 date codes - couple 19th week - a 22nd week some 44th weeks. Tire shop told me - there are 2 distribution centers for Our area - this is what they could get from Micheline right now. And there was no date certain when another round of them would be in. Order and wait or take what we have. So I now have them. I will look at them all as Mar14 tires for date purposes because that's how Michelin sees them for warranty. Seems reasonable to me.

Oh and by the way - may want to do an alignment... And check the math if that's 6 tires.
oops that's $3600 give or take a little. Thanks
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oops that's $3600 give or take a little. Thanks
Trust me. It's always give with these things. They take and we give!
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This past fall I bought 6 275/70/22.5 XZA2 Energy tires installed for $550 each plus tax - no FMCA program. Code dates were all 2513. This was in Mississauga, Canada. Typically in Canada prices are higher but in this case this was the best deal on either side of the border.
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Here's my latest go round on tires as i rolled the dice and did a 3500mi trip on the 6 original goodyear g670's on an 04 coach. Made it no problems so the tire gods were on my side i guess. Shopping for 6 tires mounted, balanced out the door prices.All 275/70R22.5 16

Geostar G535 (china) $2420
Yokohama RY103 $3000
Firestone FS560 $3405
Michelin XZA2 $4790
Bridgestone R250 $5720
Goodyear G670 $4746

Going with the Yokohama's.
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This past fall I bought 6 275/70/22.5 XZA2 Energy tires installed for $550 each plus tax - no FMCA program. Code dates were all 2513. This was in Mississauga, Canada. Typically in Canada prices are higher but in this case this was the best deal on either side of the border.
Hi All
I have a set of 3.5 year old 295 XZA2's on my coach.. They all have minor (So Far) checking on them.. All 6! Made in Germany if it matters.
I had a Michelin dealer look would and he said it was cosmetic and Michelin would NOT warranty them!
This is the last dollar I will ever spend on a Michelin tire! Caything!r, Truck, RV or anything!
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