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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #25 on: July 29, 2017, 08:26:26 AM »
There is the store "Discount Tire" over here on the west side and it's super popular. Good service, good prices, etc. Then there is an online retailer called discount tire online or something like that and they are not one in the same. Just FYI there. As far as the tires themselves go, you've gotten lots of good advice. Discount Tire does not do alignments which is always recommended when you purchase new tires. Also understand that a 50k mile warranty only means the tires are warranted against defect for 50k miles. Normal wear is not a defect. Bulges in sidewall is not a manufacturers defect. Tires are hardly ever replaced under a warranty. Road hazard warranty is probably something worth having. That will cover a lot more.

When on there site I clicked there link for there installers and they give a list of the places. Just to make sure I would show up at the right one. Yeah defect is my biggest thought on the 50k warranty. The extra coverage you can buy for there warranty says it will cover road hazards and etc. It does say you may have to ship the tire in for inspection if they require it.

There is one down in Vancouver. I have to return the wifes lease in a few weeks so I am going to give them a call and see if they can have them there and all ready to put on for me. The fuel wheels I want are special order so not sure how long that will take. So going to get the skinny but for sure looking like I will give them a shot.


Save tax go to Gresham Disscount Tire. :tup:

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #26 on: July 29, 2017, 10:28:22 PM »
Evergreen Ford happy Gilmore?

They had pretty decent prices on tires when I bought my truck, but didn't have any on hand, and I didn't want to spend the night waiting for them to get em. I sure won't be paying scwabs pricing for their supposed customer service lol

I called them, told them what I wanted and they had them in two days.

Pretty much any ford dealer should be able to have whatever tires they sell overnight. There are tire depots everywhere. 3 on the west side alone.

Dealers can be pushed around too. I've been using evergreen ford to buy parts since 1999. They've been bought etc but, they know my account. Now evergreen is Chevy and ford and I own two chevys and a ford. Which are old. They want to sell me two new trucks which I need. I get a good ass kissing but, they also have great employees which I now know and like. That means something to me. They understand that so, at this point they have a chance at some business which is probably two new trucks in the next year or two.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #27 on: July 30, 2017, 03:46:16 AM »
Evergreen Ford happy Gilmore?

They had pretty decent prices on tires when I bought my truck, but didn't have any on hand, and I didn't want to spend the night waiting for them to get em. I sure won't be paying scwabs pricing for their supposed customer service lol

I called them, told them what I wanted and they had them in two days.

Pretty much any ford dealer should be able to have whatever tires they sell overnight. There are tire depots everywhere. 3 on the west side alone.

Dealers can be pushed around too. I've been using evergreen ford to buy parts since 1999. They've been bought etc but, they know my account. Now evergreen is Chevy and ford and I own two chevys and a ford. Which are old. They want to sell me two new trucks which I need. I get a good ass kissing but, they also have great employees which I now know and like. That means something to me. They understand that so, at this point they have a chance at some business which is probably two new trucks in the next year or two.

Two old chevys?   I knew you were withholding information in some of the other truck threads.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #28 on: July 30, 2017, 08:27:49 AM »
Had a set of Falken tires on my 1990 Toyota, got tgem at Discount tire, nice tires. Then my kid wrecked that truck, so I never did get to see how they wear after a few years. I put The new BFG KO2 on my truck and the wife's 4runner. They are really nice. I got both sets at 4 Wheel parts, 1600 out the door, that was mount, balance, and a warranty, and I won a Warn winch in a drawing while we were there getting them installed!! I've ran the BFGs on a couple different rigs over the years, and never had a flat or any other issues.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #29 on: July 30, 2017, 08:38:24 AM »
There are many threads on this

Dicounttireonline is the online arm of Discount Tire brick and mortar.

Wait until Labor Day and there will be sick rebates and free shipping deals , plus no sales tax.

Discount Tire store will install for $19 each.

Been doing this for years.

Tax savings alone can be $100.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #30 on: July 30, 2017, 08:42:21 AM »
Evergreen Ford happy Gilmore?

They had pretty decent prices on tires when I bought my truck, but didn't have any on hand, and I didn't want to spend the night waiting for them to get em. I sure won't be paying scwabs pricing for their supposed customer service lol

I called them, told them what I wanted and they had them in two days.

Pretty much any ford dealer should be able to have whatever tires they sell overnight. There are tire depots everywhere. 3 on the west side alone.

Dealers can be pushed around too. I've been using evergreen ford to buy parts since 1999. They've been bought etc but, they know my account. Now evergreen is Chevy and ford and I own two chevys and a ford. Which are old. They want to sell me two new trucks which I need. I get a good ass kissing but, they also have great employees which I now know and like. That means something to me. They understand that so, at this point they have a chance at some business which is probably two new trucks in the next year or two.

That's all worth a lot to the dealers too. A good service/parts dept should really value repeat customers like you. Customer Retention should be their #1 goal which is the big reason for the low price guarantee. We don't hardly make any money on tires in the first place. The reason we push them/discount them/otherwise bend over backwards is because we don't want you going to Schwan's where they're going to get your wheels off the truck and tell you you need shocks and brakes and struts and calipers and all that.

The only gripe i have about Discount is that they charge a guy for tire pressure sensor overhaul kits when they replace tires. Not really sure what that is. 
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #31 on: July 30, 2017, 08:05:30 PM »
There are many threads on this

Dicounttireonline is the online arm of Discount Tire brick and mortar.

Wait until Labor Day and there will be sick rebates and free shipping deals , plus no sales tax.

Discount Tire store will install for $19 each.

Been doing this for years.

Tax savings alone can be $100.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #32 on: July 31, 2017, 12:34:48 AM »
Big discount on Nitto tires it looks like. Haven't run the AT's before but great price

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #33 on: July 31, 2017, 07:33:37 AM »
Big discount on Nitto tires it looks like. Haven't run the AT's before but great price

Seeing more and more Nitto's. They're made by the same company that makes Toyo's I've heard.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #34 on: July 31, 2017, 07:35:50 AM »
There are many threads on this

Dicounttireonline is the online arm of Discount Tire brick and mortar.

Wait until Labor Day and there will be sick rebates and free shipping deals , plus no sales tax.

Discount Tire store will install for $19 each.

Been doing this for years.

Tax savings alone can be $100.

I wonder how they can get away with not charging sales tax?

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #35 on: July 31, 2017, 07:49:22 AM »
There are many threads on this

Dicounttireonline is the online arm of Discount Tire brick and mortar.

Wait until Labor Day and there will be sick rebates and free shipping deals , plus no sales tax.

Discount Tire store will install for $19 each.

Been doing this for years.

Tax savings alone can be $100.

I wonder how they can get away with not charging sales tax?

There is a www.discountiredirect.com that is the online version of Discount Tire. Not sure how they don't charge sales tax. I just put some tires in my cart just to try it out and sure enough, no sales tax.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #36 on: July 31, 2017, 08:31:30 AM »
Ford dealer beat their price for me so I bought a set of 17" KMOs for my dog truck last fall. $180 each, E rated. Bought the KM2's for $190 ea for my F-350. Mount balance free and had an oil change for $100 at same time.

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Ford has a low price guarantee on tires. If it's a tire we sell, bring us a printed estimate from somewhere else and we'll beat it. There should never be any question about this at any ford dealer. Ford reimburses the difference to the dealer. You have to be comparing apples to apples. That's the only thing.

I purchase my tires from Titus WIll, the wife gets hers @ Discount Tire.  I always end up w/a better deal than she does because I watch my money better than she does and I have a great service advisor @ Titus Will who I have been with for over fifteen years.  BUT, Discount is a great outfit too.  My dad was the co-founder of a little Montana company Tire-Rama http://billingsgazette.com/business/montana-s-tire-king/article_7cc40fdd-02b3-56d4-ab30-90e53d33c3d8.html, he has nothing but good to say about Discount. 

And that is an old article, Tire-Rama has expanded beyond Montana.  Quite a ways beyond Montana. 

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #37 on: July 31, 2017, 08:53:22 AM »
Not sure if you made your decision yet, but I used discount tire directs for my last set of tires.  Ended up getting the Falken Wild Peak at3w's on my half ton GMC.  They were awesome!  The tire was redesigned a couple years ago so it was hard to find any solid reviews on them, but I did find a few that sounded promising so I rolled the dice.  I got four 285x70x17 mounted and balanced on 4 new wheels for right around $1200 after a couple rebates.  I sold that truck this year so I only put about 20k miles on them but they had barely any wear on them. I'm sure I could have got 50 k pretty easy.  They were awesome in the woods. During the late archery on the east side I was pushing snow with my bumper and had no problem. they did good on packed snow and Ice. For a AT tire they are pretty aggressive especially on the side wall. The only place they lack is in heavy mud, they just dont clean out like a MT would, but probably do way better than most AT's would do. They had a real quiet ride going down the highway which I prefer over MT's.  I recently bought a 3/4 ton that came with toyo mt's. I'm going to roll with the toyos until they wear out and as soon as they do I'm getting another set of the Falkens.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #38 on: July 31, 2017, 09:07:48 PM »
Evergreen Ford happy Gilmore?

They had pretty decent prices on tires when I bought my truck, but didn't have any on hand, and I didn't want to spend the night waiting for them to get em. I sure won't be paying scwabs pricing for their supposed customer service lol

I called them, told them what I wanted and they had them in two days.

Pretty much any ford dealer should be able to have whatever tires they sell overnight. There are tire depots everywhere. 3 on the west side alone.

Dealers can be pushed around too. I've been using evergreen ford to buy parts since 1999. They've been bought etc but, they know my account. Now evergreen is Chevy and ford and I own two chevys and a ford. Which are old. They want to sell me two new trucks which I need. I get a good ass kissing but, they also have great employees which I now know and like. That means something to me. They understand that so, at this point they have a chance at some business which is probably two new trucks in the next year or two.

Two old chevys?   I knew you were withholding information in some of the other truck threads.

What's that? That the F-350 has been used way harder than two chevy's and hasn't had all the problems of the two Chevy's?? hahalol.
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #39 on: July 31, 2017, 09:29:24 PM »
I have used Discount Tire for all my tire needs for the last 15 years. I am running the Cooper STT Pros on my Tundra now, but ran the Cooper A/T on my 2004 Silverado.

The brick and mortar store will honor the DiscountTireDirect.com price of it is lower.

One thing to keep in mind on their replacement ceriificate is that it will replace the one tire, so if all your orther tires are low on tread, you still have to buy the other three, assuming you don't want to run different diameters on your 4WD. So, I'm not sure it makes sense to buy all 4 certificates. I never have.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #40 on: August 06, 2017, 09:06:13 PM »
Evergreen Ford happy Gilmore?

They had pretty decent prices on tires when I bought my truck, but didn't have any on hand, and I didn't want to spend the night waiting for them to get em. I sure won't be paying scwabs pricing for their supposed customer service lol

I called them, told them what I wanted and they had them in two days.

Pretty much any ford dealer should be able to have whatever tires they sell overnight. There are tire depots everywhere. 3 on the west side alone.

Dealers can be pushed around too. I've been using evergreen ford to buy parts since 1999. They've been bought etc but, they know my account. Now evergreen is Chevy and ford and I own two chevys and a ford. Which are old. They want to sell me two new trucks which I need. I get a good ass kissing but, they also have great employees which I now know and like. That means something to me. They understand that so, at this point they have a chance at some business which is probably two new trucks in the next year or two.

Buying my last truck from evergreen was pretty smooth, I'm from tri cities, and was driving home that night, only reason I didn't buy tires from em too.

Robert cann was my salesman, pretty laid back guy,probably buy my next rig from him too.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #41 on: August 07, 2017, 11:46:24 AM »
we put Cooper AT3's on my wife explorer a number of years ago, and they only made them in load range D at that time to fit that rim and tire size.  I have been very happy with them.  about to buy another set in the next few months.  It is our primary ski rig and 30-40 days per year over some snowy/icy roads, we have done very well.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #42 on: August 12, 2017, 08:08:35 AM »
I buy tires at Discount & always get good service. I've run Cooper tires and was very pleased with them

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #43 on: August 14, 2017, 09:35:53 PM »
Picked up a set of fallen wild peak at3/w in 305/65r18 for 860$ today through tirebuyer.com. I really wanted the Cooper St Maxx this time, but they were almost 100$ a tire more expensive and didn't come with a warrannty. Never ran anything besides Toyo or Cooper's, hopefully I like the falkens!

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« Reply #44 on: August 15, 2017, 07:55:56 PM »
Ordered my tires from tirebuyer at 1230 yesterday, they were delivered to the store at 245 today. Just over 26 hours is pretty impressive.

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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #45 on: September 16, 2017, 09:08:14 PM »


The only gripe i have about Discount is that they charge a guy for tire pressure sensor overhaul kits when they replace tires. Not really sure what that is.

It's an o ring rebild kit... think it's 3 o rings and a battery.... depending on the kit.
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« Reply #46 on: December 04, 2017, 08:03:34 PM »
Rimzoneonline.com
free shipping and no tax. i bought wheels and tires for my super duty and saved $215.00 per wheel/tire set up from les schwab and discount tires prices. whells came mounted and balance. Also bought 4 tires for my 68 bronco and saved $72.00 per tire. its a no brainer!

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« Reply #47 on: December 04, 2017, 10:09:18 PM »
Also check out tirerack.com.  I price checked the BF Goodrich T/A KO2 when I finally selected a tire I wanted.  Discount tire was about $200 more than Walmart.  This was out the door, mounted, balanced, new stems, and road hazard.
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« Reply #48 on: December 05, 2017, 10:51:40 AM »
I'm a big fan of Discount Tire.  On their website you can just copy/paste the URL of the site where you found the exact same tire for cheapest, and they will get back within the hour and agree to match the price (4 for 4 for me).  They usually get them in next business day. 

The first pair I bought from them were 17" Falkens A/Ts with a 50k warranty.  I was pretty disappointed in their performance.  I bought the KO2s to replace them from Discount and they not only matched the best online price, they gave me a credit for the unused portion of the Falkens warranty, knocking off another $110 and change. 
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Re: Discount tire online sales? Plus a couple brand questions
« Reply #49 on: December 12, 2017, 10:52:22 AM »
Picked up a set of fallen wild peak at3/w in 305/65r18 for 860$ today through tirebuyer.com. I really wanted the Cooper St Maxx this time, but they were almost 100$ a tire more expensive and didn't come with a warrannty. Never ran anything besides Toyo or Cooper's, hopefully I like the falkens!

now that ive got some mileage on these falkens, I wanted to report back for anyone reading this in the future.

close to 6k miles so far on them. including a trip to Wyoming, and I love them. probably one of my favorite tires I have ran so far. the grip is tremendous on most all surfaces ive been in, with the exception of deep mud, I don't fault the tire for that. it is an AT afterall. they are quite on the hiway and very predictable, very tough on crap dirt/gravel roads, handle rain/water very well, and the small amount of ice/snow they have seen left me impressed. If these last (which they should if they continue to wear like they are now), they will be my go to tire from here on out.

 

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