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WM - Winter Tires Clearance, 40% OFF - Dec 26 - 31

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napoleon1769 wrote:
Dec 26th, 2012 4:44 pm
No sizes for me.
Same here, no Light Truck tires.
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The Wal-Mart in my area closed it's auto center some months back and no longer sells tires.
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irisn89 wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 1:37 pm
Are the ds3 any good
All the reviews are stellar but I can't get them to stick to anything. The all season tires I had on the car before stuck better than the ds3's.

I'm a huge fan of my nexen tires. I'm pretty amazed at how good they are.
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s1301950 wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 2:18 pm
+1. No r19 for suvs
You can probably minus size your tires....put your vehicle at Tirerack.com (make/model and year and trim) and see what winter packages are recommended for your vehicles...you can then get the smallest rim size that is recommended, buy those tires at WM or other and then buy those rims/wheels from Costco or CT.

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Techhead wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 1:42 pm
Same here, no Light Truck tires.
Are you looking at LT-rated tires or P-rated tires in a light truck size? My compact truck 4x4 is 255/70-16 stock, but I typically use 245/75-16 P-rated tires when buying new or winter. LT-rated tires are for those who are off road a lot or tow a heavy trailer....a very stiff ride when you are running empty and on the highway.

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DavidY wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 2:42 pm
Are you looking at LT-rated tires or P-rated tires in a light truck size? My compact truck 4x4 is 255/70-16 stock, but I typically use 245/75-16 P-rated tires when buying new or winter. LT-rated tires are for those who are off road a lot or tow a heavy trailer....a very stiff ride when you are running empty and on the highway.

Dave
Just regular P rated 245/75R16's

I called a couple that carry tires but none in that size of comparable.
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oc613 wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 1:23 pm
Getting a set installed today. 58$ a tire for the Dunlops, 56$ to mount and balance.

No sense in buying used at this price.
Are the Dunlop you bought Winter Tires? I'm looking to get set Dunlop set as well but I can't find it.
Which WM did you find Dunlops? I don't see it online. I called Oakville and they say Dunlops are regular priced.
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I can vouch for the Dunlop Graspics. Got them last year at Walmart ( Square One in Missy) for my 2012 Elantra and they're fine. Literally just got back from putting them on today and took a quick detour down a back road to practice some stopping and they performed well.
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amazing deal, thx for the reminder OP,

got nexar or something for $97 minus the 40% each, 205/65r15s
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how much is the installation charges? so if i find a tire for $50, is it just $50 X4 plus HTS ??? any other charges? can they mount tires on existing rims? any extra charges?
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mackey2001 wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 5:21 pm
how much is the installation charges? so if i find a tire for $50, is it just $50 X4 plus HTS ??? any other charges? can they mount tires on existing rims? any extra charges?
Its about $18.50 per tire + tax for installation. They'll mount them on your rims or whatever you want. They'll charge you for some kind of eco fee or tax or whatever in Ontario.
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No problem guys, glad I could help :)
toodow wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 3:30 pm
Are the Dunlop you bought Winter Tires? I'm looking to get set Dunlop set as well but I can't find it.
Which WM did you find Dunlops? I don't see it online. I called Oakville and they say Dunlops are regular priced.
My Walmart (Barrie North-end) said they only started carrying them this year IIRC. They were definitely discounted up here..
mackey2001 wrote:
Dec 27th, 2012 5:21 pm
how much is the installation charges? so if i find a tire for $50, is it just $50 X4 plus HTS ??? any other charges? can they mount tires on existing rims? any extra charges?
$14.50/tire to install and balance up here, plus HST. Each tire carries a $5.something eco fee, plus HST of course. The automotive manager said something along the lines that if you buy the tires there, they only charge to balance them. I guess it's more if you bring your own.
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