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Old 04-26-2016, 06:06 PM   #1
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Have a 2004 Tiffin Allegro and need 4 new tire for the back. In searching our area can only fine tire mfg in 2014, idea of how to find tires mfg in this year.

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In January of this year I had a simular problem. But when I told the salesman I would buy his tires if they wern't any older than 3 months, he said no problem, we have plenty in the warehouse if you are willing to wait till tomorrow. So I signed on the dotted line and two days later I had brand new tires.

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Call a local truck tire shop. Tell them the size you need and they have to be no more than 6 months old. They will come up with them in a few days.
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When I needed tires on our '02 DSDP about 3 years ago the tire dealer wouldn't guarantee nor even look at the date codes. But they were only a few weeks old when they came in.
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You didn't mention the tire size, but try different brands in that size. If you are only looking at one brand, all dealers will have the same age cause they are all ordering from the same warehouse. Seems odd that any size is that seldom sold that the warehouse would have only 2+ year old tires. They try to manage inventory better than that!

Tires are made in batches by model & size, and some less-used sizes only get made once or twice a year. More popular sizes get produced regularly, simply to meet continued demand.
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