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Old 02-10-2014, 07:53 PM   #1
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Steering tires

I have a 2002 Monaco Windsor 40 PBT.. I need help..
need to replace steering tires, Running Goodyear G 670 ( 295 80R 22.5)
quoted $710.00 each and Michelin AZA2 ae 795.00/ea
This sounds high.. Do you have any suggestions???
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Old 02-10-2014, 08:00 PM   #2
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Get the Mich.

Better tire for sure.

Research the tire cost online if you only bought the tire to know if you are being ripped off.

But that sounds good to me
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did that include labor to replace? If so, even better
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Just replaced six Mich tires out the door at $3550 out the door with mounting, balancing and new valve stems in NE Wisconsin.
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With an FMCA discount you should be getting the Michelin at about $630 from memory
I'm thinking that's drive away no more to pay.
It's worth joining just for the discount.
You need to seek out a Key Michelin dealer. You buy on the FMCA account
It's not a difficult procedure but you need to follow the bouncing ball to a successful purchase.
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My plan is to replace the motor home. They come standard with new tires.
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