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  • Had two new front tires put on today.

    I bought these a few months back and just today took them to a tire store, kind of a mom and pop place thats a great place with great service. They charged me $30 to take the old ones off, throw the new ones on and balance them.

    Anyway, these yokohama tires really made a difference in the shaking of my car above 55. Usually when I hit 60 or around there the car starts shimming. I like that. Plus tomorrow I'm getting a front end alignment. So now I have new control arms, outer tie rod ends, new tires and an alignment. Should be set for awhile.

    I ordered the tires from this place. I have read some reviews where folks don't like this place, they got old tires or some that were bad. Mine are fine and they were made in 2014. There is a site you can go to to learn how to find the date the tires were made.

    http://www2.tires-easy.com/cgi-bin/r...n&typ=R-120360
    Last edited by jimdigs; 11-11-2015, 01:46 AM.

  • #2
    May I ask price?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MJD View Post
      May I ask price?
      Click on the link, it's there.
      90 Festy (Larry)--B6M (Matt D. modified B6 head), header, 5-speed, Capri XR2 front brakes, many other little mods
      09 Kia Rondo--a Festy on steroids!

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      • #4
        Actually no it doesn't. Just routes you to the homepage.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TorqueEffect View Post
          Actually no it doesn't. Just routes you to the homepage.
          That's odd. Pretty sure it did before. I would have checked it before I said it worked.
          90 Festy (Larry)--B6M (Matt D. modified B6 head), header, 5-speed, Capri XR2 front brakes, many other little mods
          09 Kia Rondo--a Festy on steroids!

          You can avoid reality, but you can't avoid the consequences of avoiding reality--Ayn Rand

          Disaster preparedness

          Tragedy and Hope.....Infowars.com.....The Drudge Report.....Founding Fathers.info

          Think for yourself.....question all authority.....re-evaluate everything you think you know. Red-pill yourself!

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          • #6
            Here ya go. Sorry, Like Tom, I thought the link showed what I paid......

            Delticom North America INC.
            4650 E. Second Street Suite A
            Benicia, CA 94510

            Ordered products:

            Product number: R-120360
            Order number: 23711554
            Product: Yokohama Y372 145R12 S BSW
            Number of items: 2
            Unit price: $ 43.10
            Total without shipping: 86.20 $
            Includes 0 % VAT = 0.00 $
            Shipping and Handling: $ 20.80
            ------------------------------------------
            Total: $ 107.00

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            • #7
              It is pretty awesome to finally break down, spend the money, and get new tread isn't it.Helps bring the festy back to original 2 outta 5 safety rating lol.

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              • #8
                Here's the link to the tires-easy Yokohama Y372.
                90 Festy (Larry)--B6M (Matt D. modified B6 head), header, 5-speed, Capri XR2 front brakes, many other little mods
                09 Kia Rondo--a Festy on steroids!

                You can avoid reality, but you can't avoid the consequences of avoiding reality--Ayn Rand

                Disaster preparedness

                Tragedy and Hope.....Infowars.com.....The Drudge Report.....Founding Fathers.info

                Think for yourself.....question all authority.....re-evaluate everything you think you know. Red-pill yourself!

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                • #9
                  Westpoint?
                  Yeah I think so
                  Sansui of Son cAIn gone

                  zip zop.

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