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Old 03-29-2012, 10:44 AM   #29
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I just received the invoice from FMCA for my Michelins - 235x80x22.5. The invoice price was $378 each. The list price was $744 each. Quite a nice savings. Taxes, mounting and balancing added another $600 to the total. I was pleased. I did not have to shop around and had the work done at a place that specializes in Truck and RV tires. The date code on the new tires is 4411 so they are new enough for me. A huge improvement in the ride and handling over the Yokohamas that were on the coach.

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Old 03-30-2012, 01:01 PM   #30
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To all or Gary KD I purchased a coach from the most horrible dealer in Quartsite this last winter only to find out that the great tires that was on the coach had been turned inside-out then painted to make them look new. I discovered there was no spare. When we were trying to find a rim for a spare we discovered the dealer had turned the tires. The tire dealer called odot to only fine out the tires were original equipment 8 years old ! We then called Michelin they told us as odot did that most makes of tires (on a MH) were to be changed after 4 years of use but Michelin were good for 6 years. I changed the burned up 8 year old tires. Beware of your MH dealer I found the worst one I have ever dealt with!!

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