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Saw a Commercial on TV for them the other day.

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They have  Firestone, Michelin,  Cooper, Bridgestone and a bunch of other tires.

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Tire rack has been in business a long time. You can buy tires from them and have them shipped to a certified repair shop. 

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Know it all. Just 'cause you have a cool 'stache  don't mean you know everything.

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Tire rack has some good deals but you have to really look around I find when it comes to tires. You may find the same deal or better going to a tire retailer when they run promos..

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