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Winter tire storage. Who do you use?

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May 8, 2009
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Winter tire storage. Who do you use?

I have no space at home for my tires and was looking for a business that'd store it for me. I don't need installations or balance or mount. They're on rims already and I just need a place that'd store it for a reasonable price. Does anyone use a storage service like this?

Thanks!
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Family or friend can't store them?

Call shops like tires23 see how much.
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Just put them in your garage. You don't have to pay companies $100-$200 to store them.
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I put them in my house garage. I'd say it's better to ask family or friends instead of paying companies for storage.
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I highly doubt shops have storage services. And payin for it, over a few seasons will be expensive. Do u have a house or condo?
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Quick Google and Kal Tire offers storage.
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TommyT wrote:
Oct 12th, 2015 9:51 pm
I have no space at home for my tires and was looking for a business that'd store it for me. I don't need installations or balance or mount. They're on rims already and I just need a place that'd store it for a reasonable price. Does anyone use a storage service like this?

Thanks!
http://www.tirehotel.ca/index.html
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joy city tires was $50 per 6 months (just a few weeks ago) and now it has raised their price to $75 per 6 months. Pretty pricey.

I recalled seeing a tire shop in Kijiji ad listing their storage cost of $40 per 6 months.
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Stack them 8 high in my basement. Big ones on the bottom, little ones on top.

To your question though OP, lots of places offer storage. Shops, dealerships, the guy down the street that has a huge garage, etc.
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Gutty96 wrote:
Oct 13th, 2015 8:41 am
Stack them 8 high in my basement. Big ones on the bottom, little ones on top.

To your question though OP, lots of places offer storage. Shops, dealerships, the guy down the street that has a huge garage, etc.
They say stacking is not good for tires. I am also guilty of doing so because of limited space. had 8 tires stacked up one year but now only do 4 each stack so far it's been ok.

these seem like a great idea if you can install them right:
[IMG]http://www.mygaragestore.com/images/pro ... banner.jpg[/IMG]
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I live in an apt and still have room to store 4 tires on the balcony. Pretty sure you can make some space. SAVE YOUR MONEY.
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rubberlock wrote:
Oct 13th, 2015 9:58 am
They say stacking is not good for tires. I am also guilty of doing so because of limited space. had 8 tires stacked up one year but now only do 4 each stack so far it's been ok.

these seem like a great idea if you can install them right:
[IMG]http://www.mygaragestore.com/images/pro ... banner.jpg[/IMG]
Ya, they say a lot of things. I have been doing it for years, over many vehicles, and many tires. It's fine.
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Simply tires have storage for $130/year or per season.....

simply tires has a 3rd party advertisement inside their store showing $96/year w/ free delivery and pickup....

correct me if i'm wrong

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