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Old 08-08-2013, 08:03 PM   #1
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Reasonable price to swap all 4 tires?

Have the tires, just need to swap my old bald ones out. What would be a reasonable price?
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Depends on where and size.. should be under $100 if no balancing etc.
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Depends on the shop. The place I go usually does 'em for free, balancing included, but I've been a long time customer. Cheapest place is probably Wal-Mart, but after one bad experience after needing emergency tire work done in the middle of nowhere, I'd be hesitant to bring it back. That said, you'll be looking at between $80 and $150, depending on the shop and what they include in the initial price.
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I agree around $80, I paid $25 a tire when I bought mine..
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Have the tires, just need to swap my old bald ones out. What would be a reasonable price?
What size tires are they? We can mount and balance for you. PM or call (6045687795) us for a price quote with what size!
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Go to T&J Auto Tire, nice guy and great rates. He also guarantees that there will be no wheel and tire damage.

I went there 2 days ago and he dismounted tires from 8 of my wheels and mounted tires back on to 4 wheels and balanced it. He did it pretty fast, he worked on my car non-stop when I got there. And most importantly, he was $50-$80 cheaper than other places I called.
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Again, it really depends on the tire size, wheels and how you want them balanced.

-stock sized, avg. passenger car tires w/ clamp on weights, you can pretty much take them anywhere
-expensive rims, stretched tires, stick on weights = take them some place reputable

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Big O tires on kingsway mounted and balanced low profile tires on 20x10 and 20x9.5 wheels for me.

I think I paid $100 with valvestems out the door. My wheels were powdercoated all the way around and I found no damage from them putting my tires on They use the same touchless corghi machine other places use -- IIRC they do contract work for brian jessel?
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are you guys talking about used tires are brand new one?? If so, that's hella cheap.
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speed did mine the other day on 16". mounted and balanced for 80$

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are you guys talking about used tires are brand new one?? If so, that's hella cheap.
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We are strictly talking about the labour cost of dismounting and mounting tires. Not the purchase of tires. Please read carefully.
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National tire on River road charges $1 per inch, ie. if you have 16" tires they will charge you $16 to mount and balance. At least that what they told me when I bought my tires there a couple of years ago. But its around $15-$20 a tire.
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