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Old 02-09-2014, 08:51 PM   #15
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X2 on Costco - they have beat FMCA trie pricing each time I have tried. The only hitch is you usually need to pick up the tires there and take them to a truck stop to put them on. However if your old skins are in good shape most truck stops will trade you installation for your old tires.
When I picked up our tires, with some help, we rolled them into the MH on old towels and drop cloths and took them to the truck service center where they helped off load for the install. Worked out great...no install trade for the old tire though. You did good.
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Old 02-10-2014, 06:59 AM   #16
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Mborow I am looking for the same tires now myself. Here it what I have found so far.
Bridgestone R-250 ed 6 tires mounted $4300
Firestone FS-560 $2700
Hancock AH-12 $3000
Michelin XZA2 through FMCA $3410
Didn't get any other prices cause I think the Michelin deal was to hard to pass up.
you should look around if they quoted $3000 for AH-12 got mine for $2500 OTD born on date 3 months old. The Michelin will cost to be mounted and balanced. So there will be probably $1200 plus difference. IMHO no tire is worth $200 ea more than another but everyone has their option.
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The Michelin where final cost plus tax
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275/70r 22.5. Any good deals out there? I need all.
We went with Toyos and purchased from Les Schwab. Installed all 6 and out the door for around $2,600 dollars. best price for a great tire I could find.

Check your date codes when buying tires... Insist on current dates.
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275/70r 22.5. Any good deals out there? I need all.
I'm looking to replace all 6 as well. Found Goodyear G670RV for $621 ea. However, dealer said the G661 commercial truck tire for only $472 ea. would be a good replacement tire. Does anyone have any experience/advise re. the RV tire vs. a "truck tire" ?
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X2 on the FMCA Michelin program.
I bought 6 Michelins, at my local Sam's Club, for many $$ less than the FMCA price.
However that was 2 years ago and things change, (but it costs nothing to check around and "cover all the bases").
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