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Old 06-26-2012, 01:20 AM   #15
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good to hear from you again. great to see the research or home work is being done on such important purchases.but be careful with reviewing always compare apples to apples & oranges to oranges . TRUCK TIRES ARE NOT AUTOMOBILE TIRES. HOPE YOU HAVE GOOD LUCK WITH THE TIRES!!! ENJOY THE GETTING THEIR.

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Old 06-26-2012, 05:28 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by EDALLSAILS View Post
Should of asked for What other brands of tires are available for MH? 275 80R 22.5
seems all I can find around tampa area is michelins & Goodyears (from CW). even with FMCA advantage program the Michelins are 585.00 each, that is 3600 bucks plus 30 for install and 30 for balancing. Another 360 bucks for a total of 4200 DOLLARS. Is there, are there good tires from another mfg that will give good service and cost less. NO Retreads. Appreciate the replies. Ed
Got 6 of these, with the FMCA, Michelin Advantage Program, Best One tire, Huber Heights, Ohio, $3800, 6 tires, tax, balance, out-the -door.
Talk to Jim Bridgeman...he knows the product and the FMCA dance...
nice tires too!

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Old 06-26-2012, 06:09 PM   #17
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When I went looking for tires I found only one manufacturer (Michelin) that made them in the size I needed (305/70 22.5's). They are the only tire that had enough weight rating and would fit the wheel wells, even so I have to be sure the tires are pointed straight ahead when I dump the air. I went from a 275/70 so size was an issue.
Continental listed that size but they were not yet in production and no idea when they would be.

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