26th week of 2010 with just over 18,000 miles on them. I originally contacted Michelin about any compensation because they have recalls on truck and light truck tires and asked if that included RV tires. Tireman, I think the comparison is very valid because there was only 18K on them with only 2/32 of used tread. Yes, when replacing tires on your daily driver and you put new rubber on after maybe 50K miles on the replaced tires with little tread left, your new tires are always going to feel great compared to old pair. But though six years old the Michelins should of still acted like new. And I still don't accept their story that the tires sit too much and that is why they crack. A friend has a 1988 Winnebago with 26K miles on it with the original rubber. No cracks or sign of fatigue. My brother has a 1977 Glastron boat and trailer with the original tires on the trailer. No problems there either. At today's price of $469/$490 per tire, Michelin should've been able to have a better product then what they produced in the past. Again, that's why I would not reward them with my hard earned money!
2011 Georgetown 330TS
RAV4 on MasterTow Dolly