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[Ready To Roll Tires] All season tire bargain price 205/55R16 $340/set including labour and tax

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Mar 31, 2019
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All season tire bargain price 205/55R16 $340/set including labour and tax

Price:
340
Retailer:
Ready To Roll Tires
Today I'm going to change my winter tire to all season. Just randomly found a store on Google.
My size is 205/55R16 for my Honda civic. I just need seasonal switch over they gave me quote about my size. Here is the quotation I got. Maybe is useful for your guys.
All the price is all include (tax, balance, labour, and free tire bag)
Chinese brand Joyroad (I've never heard of this brand before.)$340
Pirelli P7: $500
Continental: $530
And also the manufacturer rebate. I'm not sure they can approved by the manufacturer.

Compare with Costco their price still unbeatable.
Just Google the store name for more detail like location and phone.


update :
I don't know why your guys gave me downvotes.
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The Pirelli price compare with Costco: $555.96+Tax=$628.23 Ready to roll gave me $500 all in. This is almost 20% discount.
Downvotes just because I mention Chinese tire?
Really?
I thought RFD is for sharing, If the deal everyone can find everywhere that is bad deal. If someone can find the same price, I'll admit I'm a piece of shit. Feel free to give me downvote.
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Last edited by Blazefang on May 27th, 2019 9:15 am, edited 3 times in total.
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You get what you pay for... Low quality tire
[OP]
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AdamAnK wrote:
May 24th, 2019 10:59 pm
You get what you pay for... Low quality tire
Pirelli and Conti are low quality tire?
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Mar 13, 2012
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seems very good deal and lowest price on the net, thx op.
Deal Guru
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That's regular price LOL.

I don't see a deal anywhere. The best deal you can get for tires is at Simply Tire for the GTA region. I think there is a RFD discount right now at Simply Tire. Check the BST automotive forum. Avoid Chinese tires.
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does Costco price match competitor
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Dec 24, 2017
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Blazefang wrote:
May 24th, 2019 11:25 pm
Pirelli and Conti are low quality tire?
Title of your post All season tire bargain price 205/55R16 $340/set including labour and tax
Price: 340

Chinese brand Joyroad (I've never heard of this brand before.)$340
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jaksdj22 wrote:
May 25th, 2019 12:09 am
does Costco price match competitor
They do not.

Koodo $40/8GB
Public Mobile $38/5GB
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Hmmmm

Never seen shilling on RFD before, must be a new thing Face With Tears Of Joy
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OP, I guess the no name stuff this shop sells maybe useful for those wanting to buy ultra cheap tires. As far as brand name products that you can trust, the pricing is at best okay. The P7 tires that you refer to as $500 for a set of 4 shows as $514 when I use their website to price those tires. The total price on their website is $666.92 for me. In December last year I bought a set of these tires from tires 23 for $610 all in.
Koodo $40/6GB
Public Mobile 2016 fall promo, $23/1GB, $38/5GB
Fido $0.00/3GB+tablet
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I would only get these chinese tires if I have a vehicle that is being sold or off lease and I need to put the least expensive tires on it. If I am to drive on these tires daily, I would put something of better quality. Saving $150 over the life of the tires is not a huge amount of money when you consider the safety concerns on some low end tires.
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Feb 15, 2006
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Cheap Chinese brand tires nobody heard of, not for my vehicles. For tires, don't cheap out, it's your safety, your life.
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^ great tire if you are going to do a private sale of your car and your current tires are toast.

Would not recommend for personal use.
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DrunkenStupor wrote:
May 25th, 2019 11:27 am
^ great tire if you are going to do a private sale of your car and your current tires are toast.

Would not recommend for personal use.
In that case, you don't need brand new. Just get tires with reasonable depth for 200 or less on Kijiji and probably still have some brand.

If I was buying a used car and I saw brand new "joyroad" tires, I'd run.
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er34er34 wrote:
May 25th, 2019 11:31 am
In that case, you don't need brand new. Just get tires with reasonable depth for 200 or less on Kijiji and probably still have some brand.

If I was buying a used car and I saw brand new "joyroad" tires, I'd run.
^ I have sold many cars through private sale. The majority of people don't look closely at tire name brands. When you mention brand new it's a bonus...

Also depends what kind of car you are selling. Most of the cars I have sold were corollas to people new to the country. Not your most sophisticated buyer but always looking for the best deal.

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