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Guest guyman1966

What type of car?

What kind of driving do you do?

How much do you want to spend?

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Guest guyman1966

What type of car?

What kind of driving do you do?

How much do you want to spend?

converted "gear head".... ::)

You really hate my car

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Guest cutchemist

What kind of driving do you do?

How much do you want to spend?

Not to be sterotypical but i dunno...the only ones i buy are Yokahama....

good luck...

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Guest guyman1966

What kind of driving do you do?

How much do you want to spend?

Not to be sterotypical but i dunno...the only ones i buy are Yokahama....

good luck...

Those are great tires. But you drive a sports car. He might not need all that.

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bling...

tirerack.com

then go find someone who can install them on the cheap. when you go into the store, have a print out of the tires you want, get their prices then show them the print out. Then they will tell you, the install will cost you more, just tell them, you will go to a rinky dink shop to get them put on . usually 10 bucks a tire is the install rate.

if you drive a econ car with small tires then the tires may not be worth buying from tirerack.com

go look on your inside door jam on either your drivers side or pass side and read off the numbers.

my stang had very expensive tires, 245-45-16

a viper may have 335-45-18's

guymans stang tires for a pair of 4 will run 1000 bucks.

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bling...

tirerack.com

then go find someone who can install them on the cheap. when you go into the store, have a print out of the tires you want, get their prices then show them the print out. Then they will tell you, the install will cost you more, just tell them, you will go to a rinky dink shop to get them put on . usually 10 bucks a tire is the install rate.

if you drive a econ car with small tires then the tires may not be worth buying from tirerack.com

go look on your inside door jam on either your drivers side or pass side and read off the numbers.

my stang had very expensive tires, 245-45-16

a viper may have 335-45-18's

guymans stang tires for a pair of 4 will run 1000 bucks.

ahh thanks gonna ck it during lunch break

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Guest guyman1966

Bling - drive over to Costco and just get it done. That is an easy car to get good tires for.

Dunlop would be fine.

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since it's an econ car, then guyman is probably right, but you can still read reviews on your tires on tirerack.com and you now know what they should cost you.

tirerack.com has changed the tire business forever. they made all the tire shops lower their prices and stopped them from ripping people off..

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Bling - drive over to Costco and just get it done. That is an easy car to get good tires for.

Dunlop would be fine.

damn never thought of costco there is one 2 min from my house :)

do u have to be a member though to use their services?

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Guest guyman1966

Bling - drive over to Costco and just get it done. That is an easy car to get good tires for.

Dunlop would be fine.

damn never thought of costco there is one 2 min from my house :)

Price them out at www.costco.com

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Guest guyman1966

Must be nice, good tires for my F150 go around $120-140, unreal!!

I'm a lucky guyman. I'm able to buy tires at an employee rate. But, I'm stuck w/ Koran tires... but at least they are cheap. For example, on my Expedition the tires retailed for $179 each, I paid $50 each - but had to have them installed.

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Guest guyman1966

Koran tires ... ???

i thought you were all about the TORAH tires.

You must have me confused w/ my departed friend Abe.

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Guest Clarisa

What type of car?

What kind of driving do you do?

How much do you want to spend?

honda civic lx

i drive a lot 60 miles a day back and forth from kendall to downtown

spend mid range tires

Why don't you just take the train? That's what I do?

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nope i just did now 465 for 4 tires and lifetime alignments

i got 50 dollars off talkin to him

its bridgestone insignia tires good for 65k miles its a great tire for wet roads

welp no goin out fri now lol time to save

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Guest XxGrOoVeERICxX

Uhhh, what kind of tires did you get for $465?!?!?

I have a truck and paid $385 for 4 tires, with the same alignment lifetime deal ???

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Guest r3nz0

nope i just did now 465 for 4 tires and lifetime alignments

???

Did you buy tires or a new engine, bitch?

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Uhhh, what kind of tires did you get for $465?!?!?

I have a truck and paid $385 for 4 tires, with the same alignment lifetime deal ???

ok let me run down the pricing ..........

mastercare lifetime alignment service-110.00

bridgestone tires with Uni-T package

Insignia SE200 -4 tires (63.99 each) -255.96 total

got 30 bucks off

FLORIDA STATE TIRE FEE - 4.00 (EXTENDED PRICE WHATEVER THAT MEANS FOR ALL OF THE BELOW ALSO)

WHEEL BALANCE WEIGHT-7.96

WHEEL BALANCE LABOR -32.00

RUBBER VALVE STEM-12.00

ROAD HAZARD WARANTY - 28.16

TIRE DISPOSAL FEE - 6.00

TIRE INSTALL -NO CHARGE

PARTS 274.08

LABOR-151.99

SHOP SUPP 8.52

SUBTOTAL 434.59

TAX 30.42

TOTAL 465.01

= I WILL BE STAYIN HOME MORE NOW

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