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Thanks Discount Tire!

Discussion in 'Discount Tire Direct' started by TicTac, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. 3INVERTED9S

    3INVERTED9S Well-Known Member

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    Duratracs, Tint, K&N Filter, EBC Rotors and pads, JVC KD-R840BT, Redline fluids, Optima battery.
    Hell yes! Discount Tire is awesome.
    Just picked up a set of GY Duratrac $850 out the door.
     
  2. Discount Tire Direct

    Discount Tire Direct Wheel and Tire Guys

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    Thank you for your support 3INVERTED9S!
     
  3. bojinns

    bojinns Well-Known Member

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    DTD is a great vendor. Price matched some michelin LTX A/T for $692 265/70/17.

    Thanks DTD!
     
  4. Bennett707

    Bennett707 Yeti Hunter

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    I love my local discount tire. I would rather drive the 25 miles, farther than at least 5 tire shops just to give them my business. The customer service there is phenominal. I work customer service and I know what it is and when to appreciate it. When I need an example for my co workers, I generally use employees that helped me recently at Discount tire.
     
  5. Murph

    Murph ski-doo ride the best screw the rest!

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    Shout out to Discount tire in co springs. I buy all my tires from them, nothing but outstanding service. And I had a great time chatting with the service writer about my 92 talon tsi and his turbo honda :D.
     
  6. Discount Tire Direct

    Discount Tire Direct Wheel and Tire Guys

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    Thank you for your continued support :cool:
     
  7. TacoDawgfan

    TacoDawgfan Hunker Down You Hairy Dawg!

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    5100's at 1.75, Rear leaf TSB, Moto Metal 951 16x8, BFG TKO2 265/75/16, AFe Stage 2 CAI w/pro dry filter, Access Loredo tonneau cover, Tinted windows, EGR in channel vent visors, Ultragauge, UGA drink coasters in the front cup holders, and an Evenflow car seat in the back seat
    So is it true that Discount Tire will buy back your used tires as a trade? If so how do they value them? I've heard this said before.

    I want to up size now that I have the 5100's on but can't justify spending when my tires have so long to go still. My Geolanders only have about 10k on them and at the rate I'm going it will be 4-5 years before I need tires. :(
     
  8. Discount Tire Direct

    Discount Tire Direct Wheel and Tire Guys

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    Our stores will sometimes give credit on used items depending on the demand for that product in their particular area. You'll need to contact your local store directly to see what they can do for you. Chances are though, you'll make more selling them on your own.
     
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