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Old 02-23-2014, 08:56 AM   #1
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We are in need of two tires. Prefer Michelin Green X. 285x90s for our Monanco. We are retired military and hoping to find a good price. We thought about purchasing them at the military exchange. Does anyone have any advice where to purchase them at a nice discount? We are in the Pensacola Florida area. Thank you and God Bless
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We are in need of two tires. Prefer Michelin Green X. 285x90s for our Monanco. We are retired military and hoping to find a good price. We thought about purchasing them at the military exchange. Does anyone have any advice where to purchase them at a nice discount? We are in the Pensacola Florida area. Thank you and God Bless
I think you mean 295/80 size. Have no knowledge about base exchange pricing. Otherwise the best price on Michelin will be the Monaco International or FMCA national account program. In 295/80r22.5 the Michelin XZA2 Energy is very popular.
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DOH!!

Thank you. My bad. Appreciate the info. Maybe there is a retired military person here that could give me some info about Navy Exchange or PX auto stores and tires.
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