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Old 10-17-2007, 03:16 PM   #1
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Saw this on another forum, checked it out, and sure enough, you get $100 off for each set of tires you order (1 set = $100 off, 2 sets = $200 off, and so on), plus they're offering free shipping.

www.discounttiredirect.com
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holly shizzel, that could be a hell of a deal, but i dont see it applying to every tire, maybe a certain brand...lets do some research and find out...it would be bad *** if it was true though
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Save $100.00 Instantly!


As a special incentive to our online buyers, we are offering instant savings for a limited time. Receive $100.00 instantly with the purchase of 4 tires or 4 wheels.

This savings will be reflected automatically in your shopping cart and applies to the purchase of 4 tires or 4 wheels. You must complete your order online. This offer can be combined with any current promotions and will expire Oct 20, 2007.

save some time
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its only 4 dollars cheaper to buy 205/50/15 RT-615s from them than it is from vulcantire.com at regular price/shipping....what does that tell you?
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I hope they do this again when I'm in the market!

Although, picking up a set of ZE-912s for $116 shipped and mounting them on some crap wheels for the "winter" might not be a bad idea.
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well for azenis its not a super deal, but for like reg tires that are already cheap take another $100, its a steal
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how do you figure $4 cheaper, its 337 from vulcan and 268 from discount its more like $17 per tire...it is a great deal
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i got 334 from vulcan and 330 from discount.
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I hope they do this again when I'm in the market!

Although, picking up a set of ZE-912s for $116 shipped and mounting them on some crap wheels for the "winter" might not be a bad idea.
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/pts/440840622.html
But really, if it's cold and wet, aren't you going to drive your truck anyway?

I've found locally that Costco is the place to get tires.
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http://atlanta.craigslist.org/pts/440840622.html
But really, if it's cold and wet, aren't you going to drive your truck anyway?

I've found locally that Costco is the place to get tires.
well, yeah...
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i just ordered 4 Hankook Winter iPike W409 185/60R-14 82T BLK High performance studdable winter radial. T-speed rated.

for $112 shipped TOTAL!!!

thanks!
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yeah i looked back at other tires, that i don't particularly want to buy it the deal looks good for most others.
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****! I just bought 4 tires and wheels from them last month.
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hmmm

new wheels and tires and snow tires for the gf's car? hmm.
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You can get 205/50/15 nt-31's for $471 shipped. It will never get any cheaper. How long can I let these tires sit without using them before they start to get hard? I probably won't do another track day for 6 months or so.
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That looks like an awesome way to get some NT-01s cheap. Sure would be nice. To bad i just got new rubber.

Anyone else pick some up?
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How long can I let these tires sit without using them before they start to get hard? I probably won't do another track day for 6 months or so.
From personal experience, as long as you keep them protected from the elements, you should be fine. On my old car, I kept a set of tires and rims in my garage specifically for taking to the track. I used them on and off for almost 2 years before a friend of mine got them after my car got totaled. He's still using the same tires as far as I know.
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****! I just bought 4 tires and wheels from them last month.
Same boat. I was hoping the deal was apply to 225-45 rs2's but it must be a in stock item
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i got 334 from vulcan and 330 from discount.
$92x4 = $368-$100 = $268

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You have to remove the $70 worth of extra crap they automatically stuff into your cart.
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