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Old 05-09-2014, 02:57 PM   #1
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I am in the market to purchase new Michelins for the coach. Can any one comment on the XZA3plus v/s the XZE2. All comments would be appreciated. My find so far is the 3plus is running about $50.00. Thanks Mike Alberta Canada. Acreage just sold and conditions removed. Time to begin the adventure.
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Old 05-09-2014, 02:59 PM   #2
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Sorry the 3 plus is running about $50.00 more per tire. Mike
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Just blew out my 2 steer tire in about 5 years now. Not fun. Has anyone upgraded to the new 365's on the older coaches?
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Aragona, you did not say which year coach you have. On my 2001, I have the smaller studs so it was simply a matter of buying new Alcoa wheels and two 365s. If you have the larger studs, then you have a more expensive situation.
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I just put (8) XZE2 on my '93 Newell. It appears that the 3's are designed to provide longer tread life. On my coach they will "date out" before they will "wear out" so I didn't see spending more money for more tread wear.
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