Always get second opinion on tires,,, how many miles.on yours,, going to assume stored outside. again another topic we have covered and how bad the sun is on the units and the tires. I noticed I believe yours is a 2010,,, wow, that's not good, I'm running around 2008 tires same year no problem. 15000miles on them... research this on the forum, we have had lots of discussions on tires, cracking, uv, etc.... If you do get tires post where you got them and let us know the cost so we can all go out and get a better deal haha..... also absolutely make sure you go get the RV aligned.... David Sparks2008 PC 2350Houston PC has 22000 miles on her. When I got it in January this year it has already 20,000 on PC. I keep the MH garaged and always cover the tires when I am staying any length of time in camp. They are 2008 tires but have performed well. So I will get that second opinion hopefully next week. thanks
PC does not sell tires.Stick with Michelin if you really need them. Your unit is not that old, you can push those dates if tires don't have big cracks.Use 303 Protectorant on your sidewalls, it really does help protect them. NEVER use Armourall.Shop around for price and make sure the price includes, mounting, balancing, disposal, etc.Sam's Club can probably order them for you as well as Costco.With Sam's as long as RV is under 10' tall they will do them.When 2551's were on a E350 they fit, not sure if E450 will fit or not.
We all have opinions on tires that is for sure! I would for kicks check with Michelin to see if there is not something they might do to compensate you and get you into a new set of tires in consideration of the fact that yours appear to have not lasted as along as they should have. I have had superior luck with Michelin standing behind their product 150%. As far as where tires are made you might want to read on the sidewalls, Michelin maybe a French company but all of their N. America tires are made here in the USA. Bridgestone makes all of their N. American tires here in Firestone plants. It is a world economy these days. Again, my vote would be to go with Michelin's, they are worth every cent you pay extra for them. best of luck, Ron
Armourall will do the opposite. The tires will dry out & crack.The best product, it really softens vinyl & rubber is 303 Protectorant.I use it on the vinyl cover of my 10 year old hot tub and it is still soft & liable.