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[Costco] 2018 Fall Tire Promotion @ Costco

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May 11, 2014
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killer007 wrote:
Oct 6th, 2018 10:41 pm
okie i have another question...

i am using 205/55R16 94H right now for my winter tires.....on rims.....
will the rim fit the tires size at 195/65R15?

205 vs 195? is that mean the width right? like will my rim from 205 fit the 195? so i probably need to buy another set of rims @.@?
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So If you want to keep your rims, you have to buy a 16 inch winter tires.
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Aug 16, 2014
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Oshawa, ON
Just to share some pricing with you guys, I'm looking for 215/60/16 xice xi3 with steel rims. These are the prices I got which include install and taxes. NO MANUFACTURER REBATE.

Simply tire - $1190
Honda dealer - $1209 ( other dealers were more $$)
Tire master - $1073
Taunton tire - $1039
Active green&Ross - $1092
Costco - $990

Clearly Costco has the best price for me, and take off $70 rebates
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Aug 24, 2011
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Montreal
If i buy tires online using my executive Costco card, can my parents pick it up if they have their own gold star card?

Or does it have to be the same card at purchase?
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Ummmm anyone have a Civic touring and able to put 15 inch rim snow tires on cuz it's oem 17 inch
Like they won't install no oem size tires?
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Anyone get this error while trying to buy tires? I thought they order them from the manufacturer when you order through them...

Due to inventory changes, item 428773 in your cart is no longer available. This item cannot be purchased at this time.
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Jun 19, 2015
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North York, ON
joshua18 wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 8:17 am
If i buy tires online using my executive Costco card, can my parents pick it up if they have their own gold star card?

Or does it have to be the same card at purchase?
from what I know you can buy them but when your parents car need services like rotate and balance or repair then that's where the problem is. They asked and they do look it up in the membership history
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North York, ON
Goonish wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 4:01 pm
Anyone get this error while trying to buy tires? I thought they order them from the manufacturer when you order through them...

Due to inventory changes, item 428773 in your cart is no longer available. This item cannot be purchased at this time.
Call Costco online to see whats going on or ask them to help you order them. Or head into the store
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JordanTO wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 7:52 am
Just to share some pricing with you guys, I'm looking for 215/60/16 xice xi3 with steel rims. These are the prices I got which include install and taxes. NO MANUFACTURER REBATE.

Simply tire - $1190
Honda dealer - $1209 ( other dealers were more $$)
Tire master - $1073
Taunton tire - $1039
Active green&Ross - $1092
Costco - $990

Clearly Costco has the best price for me, and take off $70 rebates
I agree that SimplyTire has horrible pricing on Michelin this year. What if it is for Bridgestone, Toyo or Pirelli ?
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killer007 wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 12:57 pm
Ummmm anyone have a Civic touring and able to put 15 inch rim snow tires on cuz it's oem 17 inch
Like they won't install no oem size tires?
Install them elsewhere.
Not like they installing them for free anyway.
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Apr 8, 2007
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Can someone help me decide which Michelline X-ice tire would be the best choice from Costco? This is for a small hyundai.
205/55/R16 XL 94H for 159.99 per tire
205/55R16 91H for $214.99 per tire

It seems like the the XL has a HIGHER maximum load 14777 vs 1356 and it has a longer treadlife warranty. I gather the XL is supposed to be for a SUV or a heavier car but is there any downside putting those on my lilttle hyudai and saving $55 plus tax per tire?
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Feb 1, 2010
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Anyone got Michelin Xi3 for a 2018 Accord EX-L? The regular tire specs are 225/50/r17... Costco online shows $200 per tire + install ($60) + levy ($16) + HubCentric Steelies x4 ($70/wheel) = 1156 + tax (on top i guess?)....kinda crazy!!! Can i put on different tires? First time buying winters so some help is appreciated. :D
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freetrade wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 11:23 pm
Anyone got Michelin Xi3 for a 2018 Accord EX-L? The regular tire specs are 225/50/r17... Costco online shows $200 per tire + install ($60) + levy ($16) + HubCentric Steelies x4 ($70/wheel) = 1156 + tax (on top i guess?)....kinda crazy!!! Can i put on different tires? First time buying winters so some help is appreciated. :D
Call Honda parts and service to find out if any other sizes will fit.
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freetrade wrote:
Oct 7th, 2018 11:23 pm
Anyone got Michelin Xi3 for a 2018 Accord EX-L? The regular tire specs are 225/50/r17... Costco online shows $200 per tire + install ($60) + levy ($16) + HubCentric Steelies x4 ($70/wheel) = 1156 + tax (on top i guess?)....kinda crazy!!! Can i put on different tires? First time buying winters so some help is appreciated. :D
You can down size to 16" tires ( 215/60 R16).
That's what I did for my wife's accord. The diameter difference between the new and old tires is 1.5% so not that much of a difference.It saved about $50 a tire. I found some Honda 16" rims on kijiji for $200.
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covabwoy wrote:
Oct 8th, 2018 6:12 am
Call Honda parts and service to find out if any other sizes will fit.
Thanks yeah I'll call them tomorrow once the dealership opens up.
wingman wrote:
Oct 8th, 2018 10:44 am
You can down size to 16" tires ( 215/60 R16).
That's what I did for my wife's accord. The diameter difference between the new and old tires is 1.5% so not that much of a difference.It saved about $50 a tire. I found some Honda 16" rims on kijiji for $200.
That's an interesting thought! How did you know that was the appropriate differential size? Would it have impact on performance as it's not per "manufacturer recommendation" ?

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