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    Jr. Mechanic LoneWolf'burban's Avatar
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    Default I love Tire Rack!

    I love www.tirerack.com! Just ordered two tires, having them shipped to my house via UPS for the price of going to the local shops and buying one. Lots to choose from and cheap. I'm on a super limited budget at the moment so this site is awesome. Mud and street tires. I'm not advertising or spamming, just letting you know for a fact they serve you very well. They have ones so cheap I may just keep buying new ones to burn off.
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    That's awesome! Glad you like Tire Rack, I'm not sure that I've ever head a bad story from them.

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    anyone know if they'll ship to Ontario for a low price? I'm sure it wouldn't be cheap to send some mud tires up here...
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    I assume you have some way to mount and balance them yourself. Most tire shops don't like to mount and balance someone else's tires. These days, they charge quite a bit to mount and balance. Time was, when you bought tires, you got the whole service included in the price.
    Good Luck and God Bless

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    I believe TireRack has a list of local shops to mount & balance there tires.
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