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November 09, 2006


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Make that $60 off four tires at Costco. $600 off would be a killer deal.

Ha! You're right! Guess I got carried away with an extra "0". ;-)

It's been corrected. Thanks for letting me know.

Sam's club will get you (4) bf goodrich (75,000 miles) tires for $380 when dealerships and tire stores will charge you upwards $500 dollars or more for tires that are rated for 50,000 miles.

Great deal. They will even fix and patch flats for free.

I personally would not buy any more tires at Sam's. A few years back I experienced horrific noise from the back of my van-only really loud at speeds of 40+/ drove me crazy and I brought it to the dealership, which was very close to my house.

One of the lug nuts was flying around loose in the inside of the hubcap. You guessed it--it wasn't tightened when I bought my new Sam's tires the previous week.

That was too scary. No bargain there if my tire will fly off down the interstate with my kids in the car.

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