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[Costco] Costco.ca: Michelin tire totes $36.99 + free shipping

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[Costco] Costco.ca: Michelin tire totes $36.99 + free shipping

Set of 4 Michelin tire totes for $36.99 with free shipping.

These are pretty popular around here. Quality is solid.
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i just bought these at full price.. does costco price match? or i guess i could return mine and repurchase them
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huh, my tire guy wraps my tires in plastic tire bags. this is interesting.
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Wanted to get these when they dropped to $30 in-store earlier this month but they were OOS everywhere around me. Will happily pay $7 over that to get them shipped to me. Thanks for sharing @ZHU!
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my only criticism of these bags are that the handles are pretty useless unless you're lifting a 20" alloy with one hand
because of the open design, if your tires are wet you're going to get wet too.
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bLuPhYrE wrote: i just bought these at full price.. does costco price match? or i guess i could return mine and repurchase them
You'll spend at least half in gas, depending on what you drive, so that's $ - if bigger suv or truck, then good luck.
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Why expose yourself to a full Costco in these times?
You'll add another return to your profile, meh, not sure how much that matters.

Some trips are worth it, but this one sounds like driving across the GTA to buy gas 5c cheaper.
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Canadianbac0n wrote: You'll spend at least half in gas, depending on what you drive, so that's $ - if bigger suv or truck, then good luck.
Lost time on your side and on their side.
Why expose yourself to a full Costco in these times?
You'll add another return to your profile, meh, not sure how much that matters.

Some trips are worth it, but this one sounds like driving across the GTA to buy gas 5c cheaper.
... unless they are already going to Costco (hopefully not across town) for groceries? Thinking Face
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Canadianbac0n wrote: You'll spend at least half in gas, depending on what you drive, so that's $ - if bigger suv or truck, then good luck.
Lost time on your side and on their side.
Why expose yourself to a full Costco in these times?
You'll add another return to your profile, meh, not sure how much that matters.

Some trips are worth it, but this one sounds like driving across the GTA to buy gas 5c cheaper.
its part of the RFD spirit. like waiting 30 mins for gas to save 1 cent per liter to save 60 cents. regardless of how much i spent idling.
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bLuPhYrE wrote: my only criticism of these bags are that the handles are pretty useless unless you're lifting a 20" alloy with one hand
because of the open design, if your tires are wet you're going to get wet too.
I wouldn’t store my tires wet. At the very least, wait until they’re dry to store, but it would be better to wash and dry your rims and tires before storing. Most tire places also recommend removing as much air as possible from the bag and taping it shut.
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Just ordered these online for $46.99 last night, thanks @ZHU for the heads up and @TomRFD for the price adjustment link! Great to be a part of the RFD community Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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dealfinder67 wrote: Do these fit SUV tires (20")?
Amazon and crappy tire sells them, chk their reviews.
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EnricoS wrote: I wouldn’t store my tires wet. At the very least, wait until they’re dry to store, but it would be better to wash and dry your rims and tires before storing. Most tire places also recommend removing as much air as possible from the bag and taping it shut.
i don't change my own tires, and good luck telling a shop to wash and dry your rims before storing.
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dealfinder67 wrote: Do these fit SUV tires (20")?
Calculate or measure your tire diameter

"Fits most passenger vehicles (22" through 31" tire diameter)"
from https://www.kurgo.com/automotive-access ... -box-of-4/

Tire Size Calculator – Calculates tire dimensions, diameter, circumference, revolutions per mile
https://www.tyresizecalculator.com/tyre ... dimensions
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Mine I paid 19.99$ in stores.
But apparently you can get them YMMV at 9.99$
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BertL67369 wrote: Mine I paid 19.99$ in stores.
But apparently you can get them YMMV at 9.99$
Damnit I just bought them for $30 in Niagara last week, No intentions to drive back, just happened to be in the city and drove a few km off route lol
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deal_with_singh wrote: Damnit I just bought them for $30 in Niagara last week, No intentions to drive back, just happened to be in the city and drove a few km off route lol
Maybe just show yourself up with your receipt, tell them to price readjust because they have them on sale.
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