Wheels and Tires

Looking to buy tires from Blackcircles.ca

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Mar 9, 2022
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Looking to buy tires from Blackcircles.ca

I've seen that blackcircles.ca is situated in Quebec which is a bit far to go see but they beat costco prices and most other competitors for example the Toyo AT3 is $1700 at a retailer nearby by but they only charge $1500 All In. Has anybody have any info about these guys any info appreciated.
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Deal Fanatic
Feb 4, 2015
9219 posts
Canada, Eh!!
Both blackcircles and pneusquattro are rated well for tires.

I generally found lower prices with the latter but YMMV.

No hesitation to buy from either.
2022: BOC raised 8 times and MCAP raised its prime next day.
2017 to 2018: BOC raised rates 5 times and MCAP raised its prime next day each time.
2020: BOC dropped rates 3 times and MCAP waited to drop its prime to include all 3 drops.
Deal Guru
Jun 24, 2006
13913 posts
I have always found it cheaper with Quattro, but many threads with happy blackcircles customers on here too.

Look for coupon codes before you purchase. Quattro puts there's right on the home page.
Deal Addict
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Mar 30, 2004
4935 posts
Durham Region
I can also vouch for Quattro but wouldn't hesitate to go with either of them.
Deal Expert
Mar 23, 2004
33646 posts
Keep in mind if you buy tyres [alone] online, you will need to have a shop mount & balance them on wheels. Unless you have a tyre machine of your own, as well as a spin balancer lol. This can cost anywhere from $80-120 for a set of four, depending on local shop pricing.
Deal Fanatic
Oct 26, 2008
6935 posts
Victoria, BC
You can opt to have a Black Circles authorized installer receive your shipment and do the mounting and balancing at probably the lower end of the above referenced range.

I think those installers tend to be an aftermarket wheel specialist rather than a run-of-the-mill tire shop.
That may or may not mean that they do a more careful job than rushed-off-their-feet tire retailers.
Aug 5, 2010
417 posts
Had great experiences with both blackcircles and PMCtire... as others have mentioned, look for coupon codes, and take advantage of their preferred installers. Would not hesitate to use either again.


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