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Old 05-24-2024, 11:13 AM   #1
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Any RV tire shops in the Plant City/Lakeland FL area?

Hi,

Anyone have a tire shop in the Plant City or Lakeland FL area they've had do tires on a Class C RV? (And that you'd go back to?)

Did some searching here on the site but didn't come up with anything solid; figured I'd just openly ask. Lots of threads out there about sourcing tires, 'best' brands, etc. Not seeing much on actual installs.

Would appreciate any insights.
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Old 05-24-2024, 11:26 AM   #2
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You'll likely not get shop specific reviews here because we're so spread out all over the country, but just about any Truck or Commercial Tire shop can service you well.

I can't give you a Yeah or Nay on this place, but their webpage shows all the right brands and capabilities:

Chuck's Tire & Automotive, Plant City, FL

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (813) 759-8473
Address: 600 S. Collins St.
Plant City, FL 33563

PS. Now that I've said you won't likely get local suggestions you probably will get some. But in general it comes down to how many members in your area have bought tires and seen your post asking for suggestions.
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Old 05-24-2024, 04:11 PM   #3
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No local info but just as suggestion?
I find the best service is not always at the big shops but I like to walk in and talk to them and explain what I need. In that way I can sort out the guys who have the bad attitude that are not really looking or working to find and keep customers!

If they have a lot and space to leave an RV, good weather and good attitude, there is no reason tires can't be done out in back on a nice day that fits everybody! I'm flexible and want them to meet me half way!

I like the guys who figure out how to do things, not the ones who whine and look for excuses! If they're too busy to think about it, I don't figure them to do the best job on the simple stuff!
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Tire dealer

https://www.mcgeetirecommercial.com/Locations/Find-Us/Mode/7/28919-US-Hwy-27-Dundee-FL-33838/details?&utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_ campaign=gbp-listing-store_1367

This company replaced my tire on my class a. If you are fmca member they accept fmca nat'l account pricing.
On us 27 not far from lakeland.
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Patton Tire Lake Wales installed 6 tires for me on my Winnebago View.
https://www.pattontireandauto.com/
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Hi,

Anyone have a tire shop in the Plant City or Lakeland FL area they've had do tires on a Class C RV? (And that you'd go back to?)

Did some searching here on the site but didn't come up with anything solid; figured I'd just openly ask. Lots of threads out there about sourcing tires, 'best' brands, etc. Not seeing much on actual installs.

Would appreciate any insights.
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