I went to big O on 100th. I called them and asked if they would meet the Tirerack.com price for the tires I wanted. They did. There is an additional install fee and disposal fee but you get free repairs and rotations for the life of the tires.
Tire prices have really gone up as of late. I forget the reason.
Tires Plus is usually pretty competitive and not sure what it is now but for a pretty minimal charge you can add the lifetime rotate and balance plan to them which will save you hundreds of dollars down the road. Four tires rotated and balanced on average probably around $50 or more each time.
I have the tires for life deal at Karl's where I am required to rotate my tires there every 6,000 miles and balance them every 12,000. Gets pricey but considering that my tires are 18" Goodyear Eagles 235/50R18 that aren't cheap and would probably run me nearly $1000 to replace all 4 so I make sure I keep on the schedule there so I get 4 new Eagles free of charge when they wear down
Definitely Costco. Even if you don't have a membership, you will save the amount on 4 tires alone to pay for the $50 membership. And they will fill and rotate them for life. Every other time I am in there I pull up and they make sure that the tires are all inflated to where they should.
ďAlso, I met a lot of Iowa State fans and I donít want to leave any of that behind.Ē - DARIUS DARKS on Staying a CLONE!!!
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