I called Camping World's main number and they transferred me to Wilsonville, where I was routed to voice mail and never got an answer. I can't find the paperwork on the tires, but it seems to me that they could find the transaction as I'm a member of their frequent-buyer program. Of course, I'm not going to take that tire back up to Oregon just to have it fixed. There's no CW in Reno-Sparks, but there are CW stores in Vacaville and Rocklin, and I could have gone to either of them on Friday if necessary. I called Vacaville directly, and was told, "We only have a 90 day warranty on parts."
"Even tires?" I said. "We only went 600 miles on them." Nope, nothing they could do.
So when I went to America's Tire for the rotation (which is included with my tires from them), I asked them to fix the flat. I also approved buying a new tire if it happened that they couldn't fix it. I then went off to Starbucks for a while to wait for them to do the work.
When I came back, they had my van ready, and told me that they'd been able to fix the flat. "How much?" I asked.
"Don't worry about it," they told me. No charge, even though I hadn't bought the tire from them.
I'm impressed. And as I'd explained about the move to Fernley, they did point out that there is an America's Tire in the Reno-Sparks area. That's a whole lot better than the place out in Wells that turned a single flat repair into $1800 in front-and-rear-end repairs.