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Posted: 06/11/19 07:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CapriRacer wrote:

Many tire dealers don't like doing warranty work - no money in it. This is particularly true if they didn't sell the tire.

that doesn't seem to make any sense. the tire mfg must sure reimburse the dealer for his cost of the replacement tire and labor.


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viajante wrote:

Well here is the final solution to my dismay about supposed no warranty on my tires. I don't know who the idiot was that told me there was no warranty, but he was totally wrong.
When I physically went to my local Les Schwab, there was no question about Michelin's seven year warranty.
They were happy to submit a warranty request to Michelin.
Submitting a warranty request and getting resolve are two different issues. You can submit a warranty request yourself and they will find you a Dealer for verification. Getting Michelin to respond favorably to the Warranty........good luck.


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Michelin was better before the big problem with the RV tires. After they had to replace hundreds of thousands of tires due to the recall they started denying warranty claims a lot more. I had 2 front tire 4 years old with bad cracking and they told me it was my fault because I failed to used them as often as I should have. In the past, they had replace tires for this reason without even asking a question


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