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where to change tires?

where to change tires?

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The correct tire size for your vehicle is P205/65R15 92V. Because your vehicle as the V6 it is highly recommended that you not step down to a tire with a lower service description than 92V (like the more common but inferior 92H or 92T for example) as that will reduce the handling and braking capability of the vehicle. If you want cheap tires then you should not have bought the V6 model with its special tire requirements. Tires I can recommend for this model for someone living in the Chicago area would include: BF Goodrich Traction T/A (mid-priced and long wearing). Michelin MXV4+ (the tire that came on the car when new, not cheap in any way). Continental Extreme Contact (relatively cheap and good in snow but don't wear well). Kuhmo Ecsta ASX (cheapest of the bunch). It is always best to replace all 4 tires at the same time so you have equal traction at the front and rear axles and can maintain a proper tire maintenance schedule. If you must replace only two tires the new tires absolutely should be installed on the REAR AXLE as per industry guidelines. Michelin Tire was recently sued successfully for $34 million because a shop put 2 new tires on the front and the car spun and turned one of the passengers into a quad. If your tire installer does not put them on the rear axle they are quite frankly not knowledgable industry professionals and should not be entrusted with so much as checking your tire pressures.
Where To Change Tires
Hi, okorder.com/tir... Hope I helped.RE: where to change tires? Hi I want to change 2 tires for Honda accord 4dr V6 -2000 Mileage 109000 I don't know which company tires will be good and if winter tires are good for all year use ? Sears charging me 500$ for 4 tires and 300 for 2 tires. I don't know if this is what it should cost... Suggest me cheap and best place in Chicago, IL region Thanks
I usually go to Sears or Wal-Mart. You can go to either companies website and type in your car information and they will show you what tires they have available. Best quality would probably be the name brands like Dunlap, BF Goodrich, Michelin, Goodyear, Firestone, etc. I've had good luck with the Douglas tires (cheap line) from Wal-Mart. They have lasted as long as more expensive brands that I have tried. The websites will show you pricing for the tire and then each place has a charge for new valvestems, mounting and balancing, etc. Depending on the size that price might be ok.
Yes, go to the dealership. They will have the most knowledge/experience about what brand and type of tires are best for your car. The prices at the dealership are usually reasonable and comparable to what you would pay at a place like Sears or Big O Tires. Also $300 for 2 tires sounds fairly reasonable to me (in the past I have paid in between $120 and $190 per tire).

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