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Old 11-08-2011, 12:12 PM   #1
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Texas
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Discount Tire buying opportunity

I found an opportunity while doing research to buy new tires that so far appears to be of high potential and has given me something to smile about!!

Since ACA members are memers first of FMCA, we all have the potential to take advantage of the FMCA Michelin Advantage Program. The program is showcased on the homepage of the FMCA website. Logging into the FMCA site, one gets access to the information of this program and the steps necessary to buy 295/80R22.5 Michelin XZA2 Energy tires many of us use this size tire at impressive savings plus a number of other models and sizes.
Another secured page link gives one the exact amount these tires will be sold to you. The dealer never knows what price you paid for the tires. You pay tax, mounting, balancing, disposal, and valve stems to the dealer. Michelin rebates the dealer his profits.

A local commerical Michelin dealer that is in our city has 75 of these 295/80R22.5 XZA2 Energy tires backordered and appears to be the main dealer for most of the bus companies in our town. He swears by them and claims the bus companies he serves swear by them too.

I found at least one commercial Michelin tire company locally that has sold Michelin tires through this FMCA program recently to a customer and willing to use it with a purchase I may make?

Anyone used this program and how about these tires??
2003 Alpine Coach
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