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  • avatar texases 09/15/12 11:17 am PST

    Have you checked tire prices at Costco and Sam's Club? I'd much prefer a name-brand from there, I would not consider a 'no-name' tire like TBC, Doral, or Sumic.

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  • mfhorn 09/14/12 9:56 pm PST

    The Goodyear's are just a few dollars more than the Doral. They're about $20 more than the TBC & Sumic.

  • morin2 09/15/12 5:34 am PST

    There have been problems with cheap Chinese tires. Avoid them. Rather than looking at this from the perspective of what a dealer has available at a low price, you should evaluate tires for your vehicle based upon research and consider what is important to you (wet braking vs snow traction vs rolling resistance, etc.). The tirerack website has more than enough information to help you choose an appropriate tire model for your vehicle, location, and performance needs:
    www.tirerack.com


  • mfhorn 09/15/12 8:30 am PST

    I got to reading the fine print on the 'buy 2 get 2' deal, and you have to buy the road hazard PLUS get an alignment. Never mind!

  • texases 09/15/12 11:17 am PST

    Have you checked tire prices at Costco and Sam's Club? I'd much prefer a name-brand from there, I would not consider a 'no-name' tire like TBC, Doral, or Sumic.

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