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Old 10-25-2013, 09:20 AM   #1
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Just ordered some 18x10 saleens from AM and just been searching around for some 275's to wrap them in and came across this website, anybody heard of it or had any dealings with them? Googled searched them and reviews were mixed but there prices and pretty cheap. Any and all feedback would be appreciated!
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Yeah, I ordered a set of Achilles ATR sport tires from that site. They had the best price and I called to double check their inventory, they said they had a set in stock. I ordered them and paid through PayPal. Then, almost a week later they email me saying they were out of stock on that tire and offered a similar, slightly more expensive tire to replace them. I cancelled my order and it took another week to get my money back from PayPal.
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Yeah I been reading a lot about that same issue and I was interested in that same tire because of the price so I guess I would be better off to save and go with someone else! Who do you recommend getting tires from?
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Anyway to avoid the shipping cost the prices are good but I am looking at about 65 in shipping. Can u have them shipped strait to an installer for free or anything like that?
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No.
Suck it up...
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Yeah I been reading a lot about that same issue and I was interested in that same tire because of the price so I guess I would be better off to save and go with someone else! Who do you recommend getting tires from?
Discount tire, you'll find them locally and they price match anyone on the web. Customer service is the best I've had out of any kind of business.
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No. Suck it up...
Lol just ballin on a budget!

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Discount tire, you'll find them locally and they price match anyone on the web. Customer service is the best I've had out of any kind of business.
So discount tire will match the price of tire rack sweet I need to check them out I believe there is one within 20 minutes of me! I appreciate all the input!
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275!??? Noooo go 305!
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My 285s are almost too small for my 10" wheel go 305, or at least 285 or 295
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So discount tire will match the price of tire rack sweet I need to check them out I believe there is one within 20 minutes of me! I appreciate all the input!
I bought a set of MT drag radials from summit racing. When I went in to have them mounted, the guy said I should have bought them from them because they match anyone. They also mounted & balanced them for free since I do business there. They're tires also come with free repair and lifetime balancing.
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Nice I am going to be running a square setup so I figured 275 would be about right haven't heard of anyone really running 285's all around unless they track the car frequently.
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Nice I am going to be running a square setup so I figured 275 would be about right haven't heard of anyone really running 285's all around unless they track the car frequently.
Yea they are fine, but you can get a much bigger tire. And fat tires on the back look good!
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I still went with the achilles atr sport. I got them on eBay at about $500 for the set. They've been great, no issues so far.
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Yes, discount tire will price match. But they will also factor in the price of shipping from their competitor. So if tires cost you $800 and $860 shipped from tire rack, and those same tires cost you $215 per tire with free shipping from discount tire. It's the same price. They're not going to give them to you for $200 per tire with free shipping. Keep that in mind.
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Discount tire, you'll find them locally and they price match anyone on the web. Customer service is the best I've had out of any kind of business.
x2!!!!I was about to type tis same exact statement
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Nice I am going to be running a square setup so I figured 275 would be about right haven't heard of anyone really running 285's all around unless they track the car frequently.
275s are best for a 9" wheel, 295-305 is best for a 10" wheel. You got a staggered set up, you really should run staggered tires with them, otherwise it was a complete waste to get the wider wheels in the back.
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315/40/18 on 10" wheel
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Makes me want to get 315s next.
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What nitto tire is that
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Discounttiredirect.com or eBay is where I get my tires from. Can't beat it really. Tire rack is great, but I've always found cheaper. Ali had one guy tell me that all discount tire tires were old and dried out... So I checked my last 2 sets and neither was over 6 weeks old when I got them!
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