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Old 09-12-2013, 06:02 AM   #1
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my ford needs new tyres

My Ford tyres are bald on the inside and I have been advised I need to replace them. Can anyone please recommend a site where I can buy tyres from due to being a family man I am unable to go to my nearest tyre supply company. All recommendations will be much appreciated.
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Old 09-12-2013, 10:45 AM   #2
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Fiestafly is a U.S. based enthusiast site. I think you should seek a U.K. based website for replacement tires. In the U.S. Tirerack is pretty much the place to go. Good luck with your search!
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I know several people who have used Tire Rack and have been satisfied. I have heard a lot about Discount Tire Direct being better as of late though.

If money is tight, as it is with so many of us, you could always buy used. Just inspect them well before they are mounted.
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I wouldn't advise buying tyres online, but if you have no other option.. here we go.
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Look around and find your best price. Then go to your Ford dealer and see if they will do a price match. That's what I did and got a heck of a deal on 80,000 mile Bridgestones.

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