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2018 Fall Tire Rebates

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Oct 4, 2011
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Sûck my nuts Toyo, For the 70$
they force you to have to type all the numbers of EACH tires, basically if theyre installed , youre screwed, (my garage guy didnt tell me)
i jsut did it on paper , lost 2 hours (a lot of it came from re calibrating the old printer )

Oh and if you say, well ill do it in spring when i take off my tires WELL its too late, promo ends in january

Evil is within these people
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NipunR55644 wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:26 am
Is the mail in rebate on Bridgestones valid for purchase from costco?

Costco have a $70 cash card offer with 4 Bridgestones but that is only valid till the 7th.
I am new to Canada; Guys: In your experience do you think its better to go for the current costco offer or wait for another offer from costco and combine it with the mail in discounts for a better deal?


You typically cannot combine costco deals with manufacturers MIR
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Lechero wrote:
Oct 6th, 2018 12:42 pm
Sûck my nuts Toyo, For the 70$
they force you to have to type all the numbers of EACH tires, basically if theyre installed , youre screwed, (my garage guy didnt tell me)
i jsut did it on paper , lost 2 hours (a lot of it came from re calibrating the old printer )

Oh and if you say, well ill do it in spring when i take off my tires WELL its too late, promo ends in january

Evil is within these people
Aren't the number on both sides of the tire?
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Nov 10, 2012
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MikeyP wrote:
Oct 5th, 2018 10:45 am
We put RT43's on our Rogue via our Nissan Dealership as they were the least expensive around.
Check out tires.nissan.ca as they have a nice price match guarantee (and I doubt you need to drive a Nissan). I think we paid about ~$130/tire (+ install) for 225/65-17's FWIW, and now less the rebate.
The RT43's seem to be a much quieter tire than the original Goodyear's they replaced and handled our recent downpours like a champ, so we're really happy.
Just got them put on this morning. Ended up being $690 including all fees, installation and GST, so even better than I originally thought. Just submitted the mail in rebate application... I figure getting these for $650 out the door all in including the rebate was a pretty hot deal.
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Jan 4, 2013
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Well going to have to go thru these to find some for my wife's Jetta
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I’m thinking about Cooper discoverer true north for my light SUV. They seem to be new for this season but anyone have any experiences with cooper (good or bad)?
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bobbyz101 wrote:
Oct 6th, 2018 9:50 pm
I’m thinking about Cooper discoverer true north for my light SUV. They seem to be new for this season but anyone have any experiences with cooper (good or bad)?
I ran a set of AT3s and they're great.
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Oct 28, 2015
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Nobleton, ON
any super cheap 16" 205/55 winter tire deal for my 2018 Hyundai Elantra? thanks
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Feb 22, 2015
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Nepean, ON
Anyone have any experience with 4tires.ca? They seem to have one of the best prices in Canada.
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bobbyz101 wrote:
Oct 6th, 2018 9:50 pm
I’m thinking about Cooper discoverer true north
Consumer Reports seems to like them.
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Bridgestone DM-V2 vs Pirelli Ice Zero FR vs Michelin x Ice 3 for a Forester?
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tiacin wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 6:06 pm
Bridgestone DM-V2 vs Pirelli Ice Zero FR vs Michelin x Ice 3 for a Forester?
The Pirelli Ice Zero FR is pretty well reviewed. What are the prices for each, and what type of winter driving conditions do you normally experience?
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I like wearing tinfoil hats.

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rrabbit10 wrote:
Oct 4th, 2018 10:24 pm
The 2018 winter tire test is out: find it here...

Here are the top 5 for studded and non studded tires (some are not available in Canada)

Studded:
Nokian Hakkapeliita 9 - 95.9 points
Michelin X-Ice North 4 - 95.7 points
Continental Icecontact2 - 94.8 points
Hankook Winter I * Pike RS2 W429 - 94.0 points
Bridgestone Noranza 001 - 93.1 points

Non-Studded:
Continental Contival Contact 7 - 91.3 points
Pirelli Ice Zero Fr - 90.6 points
Goodyear Ultra Grip Ice 2 - 90.6 points
Nokian Hakkapeliita R3 - 90.3 points
Bridgestone Blizzak WS80 - 88.4 points

Detailed overview is here.

I have owned both Nokians and Michelins and can say that my Nokians outperformed the Michelins by a mile, even when I only had a few mm left on the Nokians versus a brand new Michelin X-Ice XI3 (I went cheap and bought the Michelins for both my cars instead of replacing them with Nokians. Now I have two new cars and will go for the Nokians again)
See above
tiacin wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 6:06 pm
Bridgestone DM-V2 vs Pirelli Ice Zero FR vs Michelin x Ice 3 for a Forester?
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bobbyz101 wrote:
Oct 6th, 2018 9:50 pm
I’m thinking about Cooper discoverer true north for my light SUV. They seem to be new for this season but anyone have any experiences with cooper (good or bad)?
The AT3 4s are getting good reviews so far. No snow and ice reviews yet given how new they are but they do have an All Weather rubber compound and have the 3 peak / Snowflake. These were recommended for my RAM 1500.

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