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Highly Rated Continental TrueContact Tour Tires - 25% Discount

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[Canadian Tire] Highly Rated Continental TrueContact Tour Tires - 25% Discount

Continental TrueContact Tour Tire - 25% Discount.
Road Rated - 98 out of 100.

Thus, Set of 4 tires 205/55/16 price is $ 512.96 instead of $683.96.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/tires/pd ... 62325.html

Plus, use CT promo "Spend $100, get $15 CT money"

*PROMO may be not offered in your Province.
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Just had these installed on one of my vehicles, good enough for the price. Not real noticeable road noise, will see how they perform when it starts getting a bit colder.
As always with CT, regular price is inflated. These go on sale every few weeks it seems.

fyi, different CTs charge different prices for installing so shop around for a better deal. Some are $40/tire, some $35, some as low as $20
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clseea wrote: Just had these installed on one of my vehicles, good enough for the price. Not real noticeable road noise, will see how they perform when it starts getting a bit colder.
As always with CT, regular price is inflated. These go on sale every few weeks it seems.

fyi, different CTs charge different prices for installing so shop around for a better deal. Some are $40/tire, some $35, some as low as $20
I guess you can find some small shops who can install 4 tires for $60.
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Not seeing the deal. Maybe it's size specific? I'm looking at 205/55/R16 and I'm seeing $683.96 plus tax for 4 and no discount mentioned.
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Hauntednsk wrote: I guess you can find some small shops who can install 4 tires for $60.
Sure, if it's worth your time/effort to save the $20 total then by all means.
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orbitdesign wrote: Not seeing the deal. Maybe it's size specific? I'm looking at 205/55/R16 and I'm seeing $683.96 plus tax for 4 and no discount mentioned.
205/60/R16 show up as $509.96, that should work
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clseea wrote: Sure, if it's worth your time/effort to save the $20 total then by all means.
Its worth your time to not have CT completely mess up your car
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DogeMusk wrote: Its worth your time to not have CT completely mess up your car
I wouldn't even let CT touch my car if it was on fire.
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orbitdesign wrote: Not seeing the deal. Maybe it's size specific? I'm looking at 205/55/R16 and I'm seeing $683.96 plus tax for 4 and no discount mentioned.
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I am seeing no discount for 225/55R19. Guess it's only for certain size?
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DogeMusk wrote: Its worth your time to not have CT completely mess up your car
It's a tire install, not an engine rebuild. Even your 98 Neon will be ok
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I've had them install one of the wrong size. Always check.
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hvc wrote: I wouldn't even let CT touch my car if it was on fire.
I wouldn't let CT touch my car either if it's the ONLY place open. I'd tow my car elsewhere or to my preferred Tire Shop for installation.
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No discount displayed in Vancouver stores for 205/55R16 91H
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If you're in Mississauga, go to CT at Mavis and Dundas and ask Joe to change your tires. He always does a great job. They'll tell you they don't know who is Joe or who will change your tires, but they do know and will make sure it gets done right. Don't say you heard it from me though.
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I always buy my tires at CT on clearance for great prices. I take the wheels in and have them mount the tires and I then install the wheel on the car myself. It’s cheaper that way too. Haven’t had an issue yet but definitely depends on the location.
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I can't tell if you're being honest or trolling or it's a code I can't decipher LOL.
xTheRebellion wrote: If you're in Mississauga, go to CT at Mavis and Dundas and ask Joe to change your tires. He always does a great job. They'll tell you they don't know who is Joe or who will change your tires, but they do know and will make sure it gets done right. Don't say you heard it from me though.
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Phoriver wrote: I always buy my tires at CT on clearance for great prices. I take the wheels in and have them mount the tires and I then install the wheel on the car myself. It’s cheaper that way too. Haven’t had an issue yet but definitely depends on the location.
I prefer to install the wheels on the car myself as well after they have been mounted and balanced at the shop, but have never been charged less for it. The last time CT did the mount and balance, I had to go back as the balance was way off and my steering wheel was shaking at highway speed.

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