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Post by a2ndopinion on Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:52 pm

For any of you around the greater Portland, OR area...

Tire Mounting

Credit Cards accepted!

I have a tire machine in my garage so might as well use it to my advantage.
I can mount/dismount tires up to 24” anyway (don’t know if I can do bigger), and wheels up to 12” wide.

Off the car:
$4.00 mount or dismount each
$6.00 dismount AND mount each
$7.00 mount or dismount 2 tires/wheels of the same size
$11.00 dismount AND mount 2 tires/wheels of the same size, $4.00 more for each additional

On the car (plus dismount/mount - above):
$6.00 remove and replace one
$11.00 remove and replace two, $4.00 more each additional

To change one tire that is on the car -
$6.00 to remove from the car, $6.00 to dismount and mount the tire, and no charge to install it back on the car, for $12.00 total.
Tire stores want a minimum of $16.50 each on the car, with no discount for more than one.
To change two tires that are on the car -
$11.00 to take them off the car, $11.00 to change the tires, no charge to put them back on the car, so $22.00 total.
Four tires on the car would be $38.00

Special lug nuts, wheel locks, stretched tires, rims over 16” diameter or 8” wide may require additional charge(s).
Can also rotate tires, and I do split rims.
Sorry, no balancing (yet)
No tire disposal

Last edited by a2ndopinion on Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:03 am; edited 1 time in total

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Re: Tire Changing

Post by RT85CORONA on Sat Feb 16, 2013 4:47 pm

looks like a sweet deal!

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