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Old 02-24-2012, 07:34 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Tires ???

Anybody bought 6 new tires for a class a 22.5" and how much out the door? How do you like them?
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Old 02-24-2012, 08:10 AM   #2
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New Michelins are $800 plus each...
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You should have joined FMCA and used there discount.
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I bought 6 Bridgestone 295 R75 22.5 Model 280 in Load Range H (same size as OEM on my 2001 Dynasty) in October. The cost was $505.50 each Mounted they would have balanced as well for no charge but I brought Dyna beads with me. This was in Manley, Iowa they also charged Iowa sales tax of $212. Dealer was Tire Experts. They did fill with Nitrogen which I could have done without but they felt it was the best since peanut butter so why argue besides they did not charge for it.
I now have about 6k on them and am very pleased. These replaced the original Goodyear the Coach was delivered with. The fronts were rivered but showed no cracks or visible internal damage when removed and inspected, date on tires was mid 2000.
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Got prices on 6 Michelins, 235/80R-22.5 mounted,balanced,installed and taxes. #1 was $2837.00. #2 was $3000.00. #3 was $3006. #4 was $3037.36 from camping world. Toyo were about $400.00 cheaper but they say they ride rougher? Check around.
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Old 02-24-2012, 06:38 PM   #6
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Mine are 315's on the drive and tag and I have 365's on the front. I guess that is why they are so much more. I didn't mean to give bad info, the OP just said 22.5 tires so I just went with I had
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My (2) 275/70R 22.5 XZA2 Energy were $1460. out the door (M&B, disposal, tax) installed at JOSAM in Orlando. Tires were VERY fresh, made wk 52 of 2011.
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Bought 6 Michelins last sept in GEORGIA 22.5, for $ 1889.00 tax & mounting I've got CENTRIMATIC BALANCERS.
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Bought 6 Michelins last sept in GEORGIA 22.5, for $ 1889.00 tax & mounting I've got CENTRIMATIC BALANCERS.
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Mine are 315's on the drive and tag and I have 365's on the front. I guess that is why they are so much more. I didn't mean to give bad info, the OP just said 22.5 tires so I just went with I had
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That's a heavy coach Jeff, you've got to have some big tires under it to carry all that weight. As you know, they cost more money. But, it's worth money.
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New Michelins are $800 plus each...
That's a pretty broad statement since we don't even know the size.

I paid $512 each for 275/70's and $600 each for 305/70's in Sept.
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That's a pretty broad statement since we don't even know the size.

I paid $512 each for 275/70's and $600 each for 305/70's in Sept.
That is why I reposted later to apologize for the broad stroke saying that I had mistakenly used the pricing for my size tires 315 and 365
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It's impossible to make any price comparisons without citing a specific tire size. The larger sizes cost more, and some sizes that are not made & sold in high volume will cost more than a large tire that is widely used.
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295/75/22.5 14ply(LR G) Toyo M154.....I was just quoted $472.00ea + $22.50 mount + $16.00 for beads.

I'm prob going to go with these...not many in the STL area that have name brand available....the big truck dealers/repair facilities want to push the Chinese
when calling around earlier this month....3 dealers told me tires took an 18% increase last half of 2011. With that said....no pricing from last year will be correct now
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