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A good place to have snow tires put on?

I know I’m late — tires are off the wheels, so need mounting/balancing … thanks!

8 Comments

TimK

about 2 years ago

Most service garages have a tire balancer, so if you have a regular place that works on your car, go with them. Otherwise you could try Duluth Tire or Jake's Quality Tire. Make an appointment first.

ian

about 2 years ago

Also, cheap steel rims can be had for next to nothing, a set will pay for itself in one season of mounting/balance charges... If you are willing to take a few min. And change them yourself every winter/spring.

aluminumpork

about 2 years ago

I highly recommend Discount Tire on Central Entrance. I know that it's a chain, but they have really seemed to work hard for my business and I always feel like I am treated better there than other places.

Sam

about 2 years ago

Does any local tire place store the tires for you?

FranceneStarr

about 2 years ago

Thanks for the suggestions.

lojasmo

about 2 years ago

I second the suggestion for cheap steelies. A $200 investment will save you biannual mounting and balancing fees ($200 per year).

DECk37

about 2 years ago

I agree with Aluminumpork, good deals! I got a set of four from them, which had replacement coverage, so when I had a flat that could not be fixed I only had to pay about $7 to replace it, actually the $7 was so that if that tire needed to be replaced too, it would also be covered, great piece of mind.

Nobody

about 2 years ago

I've scored some great deals on rims at Chesney's (usually when I am upgrading to a full size spare). Give them a call before you go up there and see what they have.

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