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Old 01-24-2013, 02:55 PM   #1
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I need to replace the 4 rear tires on the Monaco La Palma. Michilen tires are nice buy to expensive for the budget. I did find a Samson tire that is a bit larger and has a H load range and they are $1650 for 4. I have not seen any reviews on the tires so HELP!!!
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I checked out the Samsons when I was replacing the tires on our Adventurer. I never could get the story straight as some said they were made in China and others said they were made in Israel. I wasn't interested in putting something made in China between me and the road. I started looking for alternatives and found Cooper tires. I had 6 (245x19.5) mounted/ balanced out the door for $2145. I've put about 2000 miles on them sofar with no complaints. They ride good and look good. BTW they are LR H, and they are "Made in the U.S.A.
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I need to replace the 4 rear tires on the Monaco La Palma. Michilen tires are nice buy to expensive for the budget. I did find a Samson tire that is a bit larger and has a H load range and they are $1650 for 4. I have not seen any reviews on the tires so HELP!!!
Needed to replace tires for my 32 Southwind with Michelin XRV. Found the very best buy was with Costco at $359 each. Only problem was that they could not install. Found a Tire Factory dealer that was willing to mount & balance for about $200.......or do the work for free, in exchange for the tires, if they had 50% or more remaining. While they had only 31,000 miles and were 9 yrs old......they still had 50% remaining. Install was free!
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