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Old 04-07-2010, 05:58 PM
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Where's best place to buy wheels & tires

Tire Rack has the best prices that I've seen, but not a great selection of wheels. I want to get mounted and balanced and delivered. I don't want to buy wheels & tires from different places and have to find someone local to put them together. So, where did you get yours, and was the service/price good?

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Old 04-07-2010, 06:07 PM
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try rimz-one.com
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Old 04-07-2010, 06:17 PM
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Discount Tire has always met any price I could find online. If you have one of them local just tell them the price you found online.
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I have to agree, Discount Tire will match prices on any tire or wheel they carry. I found my tires cheaper online, but would have to order them and pay for shipping. I printed the quote out, took it to Discount, they beat the price on the tires, I bought wheels from them special ordered and was gonna mount and balance them myself at my shop. When I went to pick them up, they were mounted and balanced for me already. No charge.

I can get tires for wholesale prices thru my shop, and they were still able to beat the price for the Kumho's I wanted.
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with what he said
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I'm not seeing Toyo on the discount tire website?
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Try rimzoneonline.com. They sell on ebay as well.
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I'm not seeing Toyo on the discount tire website?
You will have to call the closest one to you or just stop by. Different locations have different distributors. All of the Discount Tire locations I have been to sell Toyos.
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I'm not seeing Toyo on the discount tire website?
They're right here!!

Definitely Discount Tire!!

They have locations everywhere, have great service, and the best price.

Mark
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they dont hav any toyo M/Ts around here......
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