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Old 06-06-2007, 06:24 AM   #1
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I have 5+ year old Michelin 25580R 22.5? (they have small cracks on side walls) Looking at camping world for $449 each. Ouch! need six. Anyone know a better deal? Anyone switched to Goodyear? I have not been able to find the correct size in Goodyear.
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Old 06-06-2007, 06:24 AM   #2
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I have 5+ year old Michelin 25580R 22.5? (they have small cracks on side walls) Looking at camping world for $449 each. Ouch! need six. Anyone know a better deal? Anyone switched to Goodyear? I have not been able to find the correct size in Goodyear.
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Go to the Goodyear website Here and see if you can cross-check the tire sizes based on the diameter and width of your existing tires, which you can pick off the Michelin web site.

I was looking @ Goodyear G670 tires a year ago, and had the same problem as you. I then called Goodyear's customer support to ask their recommendation on which tire size to go to.

They can also provide you with dealer names which you can call around for pricing.

My CW is not able to mount tires of this size, so call around.

Also notice that they are offering $20 rebate/tire thru 8/30/07!!
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Old 06-06-2007, 06:32 AM   #4
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If 5 years is from the date on the side wall and you have cracking that makes the tire unusable/unsafe I suggest contacting Michelin before purchasing replacements.
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FWIW, I got the best price on my Goodyear G670's at a Goodyear Wingfoot commerical dealer. I called around my region before deciding.
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You have the same coach we do.

We just put six new Toyo tires on our rig purchased at Les Schwab tires(a very large independent tire chain in the West) in Oregon to save the sales tax. Mounted, new valve stems, balanced, and out the door in three hours for less than 1800.00. Alignment was 150.00 more, which we did.

Toyo M124Z 265/75R22.5

The specks on this tire are very good and we like the ride and the handling a little better than Michelin. We spend a lot of time in the West and have confidence in Les Schwab so everything was a good fit for us.
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Costco now carries 22.5" RV tires. Your size $350.00
My only experience with their tires were 19.5's but had no problems with balancing, etc.
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Sams Club also now carries RV tires.

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