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Old 10-31-2012, 09:32 AM   #1
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Buying Tires Online in Canada

Just used website: http://www.tiresandco.ca/

They were only 991$ for winter tires shipped for my Xrunner versus the 1113$ If I had used www.tirerack.com

And I bet there would've been customs charges using tirerack.com as well. Getting them shipped straight to a tire shop who will be installing them for 200$-ish.
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Just used website: http://www.tiresandco.ca/

They were only 991$ for winter tires shipped for my Xrunner versus the 1113$ If I had used www.tirerack.com

And I bet there would've been customs charges using tirerack.com as well. Getting them shipped straight to a tire shop who will be installing them for 200$-ish.
Tire trends is decent too if you catch there sales.
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hmmm... I'll remember that for next time. Thx.
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