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Old 07-06-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
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Tire replacement advice

Hey guys and gals,

New to TW by a few weeks and a new "used" Tacoma owner! FINALLY! However I will need to replace my tires in a few months and my wife's car (Honda Accord) is due up now.

I searched around the internet and found some info but honestly after all I've learned from the TW forums, I trust you folks the most for an honest opinion and advice. From what I gather, one of the best strategies is to purchase a set that will work for the accord (including a $80 rebate) and have them shipped, then have Discount Tire install them for due to a good labor rate. I've also read that Disc. Tire will price match anything so I could print off the sale price including rebate and take it up there and hopefully they will match the price and I can do it all in one stop?

Anyone had experience with either one of these strategies? Thanks for any input-
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Old 07-08-2012, 04:20 PM   #2
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Nevermind. Done. Tire rack and installation for $63 at Firestone store.
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