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kingdaddy
06-02-2015, 09:40 PM
Starting to do some research, but that always includes checking in with MOC members for some first hand experiences!
So where did you find the best price?

davidaf
06-03-2015, 01:48 AM
I know I didn't get the "best" price possible but it was fair. I went to Pete's Road service (Corona, CA) and got excellent service. Easy in, easy out since they work on big rigs all day plus they gave me credit for the Marathons.

Drifty1
06-03-2015, 02:59 AM
Looks like they have a $20 per tire rebate running till July 31st on the G614. I see Amazon has the tire at $300 with free prime shipping so that would be $280 after rebate. I paid $250 plus $25 per tire for delivery and had Les Shawb put them on for about $20.. You might want to request a online Qoute from one of the online tire suppliers which is what I did..
Update: no longer see the 614 for $300.34 they now list them for $343 so I would go with the Qoute request online..
I see Simple Tire has them for a little over $300 plus shipping so that is better after rebate. I also made a Qoute request so will post that price after I get it..

kingdaddy
06-03-2015, 12:47 PM
Thanks for the rebate info! That will about pay for shipping...Simple Tire has them for $300 plus about $85 for shipping all four (no tax :D). Should get them in 2-4 days...sounds like a deal to me!
Gotta check and see what mounting and balancing will run and if I can get any credit towards the Carlisles I have on there now.

rames14
06-03-2015, 06:56 PM
Kingdaddy, I have been using Discount Tire and others have good things to say about Costco. The thing I appreciate about Discount Tire is that they fix flats for free. Whether you bought the tires there or not. And they price match. We do so much traveling that we are never really far from a Discount Tire. I am sure you will get lots of good advice. I know that they go by a different name in some states. Good luck. By the way, we had tire problems on our Big Sky before we got the G614's - Carlisle, Michelin, Kumho. All within the first two years. Drove 13,000 miles last year on our Alaska trip and then another 3,500 for the Goshen Rally on G614's. We did pick up a nail (which Discount Tire fixed at no charge, even stayed open late), but that is the only issue we had with our G614's. Good luck.

kingdaddy
06-03-2015, 08:03 PM
Thanks for that info Ron, I have been using America's Tire (same as Discount Tire??) for many years with great success. On occasion I have bought tires elsewhere for one reason or another, but I always go there for mounting etc.
Always good to hear positive reports on the G614 tires...