Tire Purchase Tip - Personal Experience
I just replaced the tires on my new to me 1994 29' Class A (16" tires). I bought all six through the local retail store of a very large national tire chain. The tires are BFG Commercial T/A all seasons.
When I picked up the MH, I checked the dates on the new tires. To my surprise, 4 tires were 2 years old and 2 were over 1 year old (according to the DOT stamp). When I brought that to the store manager's attention, he was very surprised. He said they would normally be 6 months old or newer. He looked the tires up in the computer and said they had only received them last month from BFG (not sure if that's accurate or not). In any case, he offered to order to new tires and replace them. I dropped the MH off today to have the new tires put on. Before mounting them, we verified their date.....all were made the 20th week of 2012.
Anyway, just a suggestion to always check the dates, even on 'new' tires to make sure you don't get short changed on tire life since they tend to be judged on age and not mileage. I'm sure most everyone on this site probably already knows to do that....but just in case.
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