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Jmayfiel

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Where in north Georgia can you purchase Samson RV tires and get them balanced and mounted?
 

donn

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Have you checked their web site?
Why that brand only?
 

Rob&Deryl

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I am getting Goodyear Endurance for my trailer in a couple of weeks. Very hard to find up here in the northeast. Sullivan Tire only had 8 listed in inventory. I wanted load range E but I could not find that on the Goodyear site.
 

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I am getting Goodyear Endurance for my trailer in a couple of weeks. Very hard to find up here in the northeast. Sullivan Tire only had 8 listed in inventory. I wanted load range E but I could not find that on the Goodyear site.
I assume you mean in their warehouse. I would check the date code before you lay down any money. They could already be a year old.
 

Rob&Deryl

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I assume you mean in their warehouse. I would check the date code before you lay down any money. They could already be a year old.
No, I meant among the dealers as well as warehouse.

If they are a year old, what would you suggest? Drive on the rims or keep the worn ones? Didnt think so.

I am changing them mid trek when we change campgrounds on July 1.
 

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No, I meant among the dealers as well as warehouse.

If they are a year old, what would you suggest? Drive on the rims or keep the worn ones? Didnt think so.

I am changing them mid trek when we change campgrounds on July 1.
No, I meant among the dealers as well as warehouse.

If they are a year old, what would you suggest? Drive on the rims or keep the worn ones? Didnt think so.

I am changing them mid trek when we change campgrounds on July 1.
But it is a negotiating point when you get the tires. Tell the dealer you want tires not more than 6 months old when you order. Then if much older ask for a discount. The problem with old date tires is that you do not know how they were stored. In Arizona I have seen brand new tires stored outdoors in the sunshine. Not good
 

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