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Old 04-04-2009, 07:48 AM   #1
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Cost of mounting 4 tires??

what should it generally cost to have 4 new tires put on? I am supplying the tires, so I just need the old ones off and the new ones on.

They are Falken 215-55-16... standard gen. 4 tires
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It really depends on each place where you live. Look up shops and call them.

Price range is about 12-25$
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i got quoted at $160 for all 4 today..i thought that was a little high

i live in MD right outside of DC
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i got quoted at $160 for all 4 today..i thought that was a little high
Damn they're trying to rape you there. The most I would pay is $30.
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different shops = different prices.. i had mine taken off for $15 a pop first time i went there, then next time it was $10.. it was hibdon tires
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the guy i go to charges me $5 each tire, if i change all four at the same time he does it for $15
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the guy i go to charges me $5 each tire, if i change all four at the same time he does it for $15
Would the guy do that for 18"s?
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Would the guy do that for 18"s?
Why not? It's the same procedure.
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Old 04-04-2009, 11:52 AM   #9
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Why not? It's the same procedure.
Some charge more for bigger wheels. Yes even 18"s
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I've heard $40-60 around here. I haven't done it in a while so I don't know.
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Old 04-04-2009, 01:13 PM   #11
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shouldn't be more that $10 per wheel.. and even thats a little high
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Old 04-04-2009, 02:50 PM   #12
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got my 245/45/17s mounted and balanced for $60
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Would the guy do that for 18"s?

yes he would becuz i have 18's myself
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The super walmart near me said $16 per wheel including disposal of the old tire. I think that's how I'm gonna go when i get new tires.
Last time shell charged me 60 to do two tires... not cool.
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I just did the same thing as you (dismount, mount and balance 4 tires). Discount Tire and LesSchwab both wanted $115 total. I called my local Goodyear place (where I get my oil changed) and they did it for $70 total.

So, it really depends on the shop.
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if its a straight swap and the new tires have rubber on them it should be max $40, i get charged $20 to put on my 17" summer wheels
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$45 around here.
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heere in new york city i have a place that does it for 10 bucks a tire
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$15 per wheel under 20"
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7 bucks at wal-mart thats where i go.
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Old 04-04-2009, 09:55 PM   #21
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I got a set of alloys, wanted old tires removed from steel wheels, remounted on the alloys and balanced.

Discount Tire said they would do it for $125 (some discount!).

Walmart did it for $45, and they were quick and courteous. No complaints.
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I have got them changed for $5 a tire and even had a tire replaced w/ a used one for $20......dismount, mount and disposal. it really isn't expensive to get tires replaced, well not around here in AZ at a little tire shop.
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heere in new york city i have a place that does it for 10 bucks a tire
Which place is that?
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7 bucks at wal-mart thats where i go.
for some reason wal-marts here said they wont put on any wheels except for the vehicles original factory ones
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7 bucks at wal-mart thats where i go.
i dont think i would let wal mart touch my car.... maybe the wheels
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Which place is that?
There are tire shops in Sunset Park, Brooklyn who will do it for 10 dollars or less.
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Check your Wal-Mart, I know some guys here don't trust them but they put my 17's on my Z rims for $45 dollars and disposed of 2 old tires for me as well.
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i dont think i would let wal mart touch my car.... maybe the wheels
LOL, Walmart can't handle a 10-year old car? I watched them work, and they were very conscientious.
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ditto, walmarts here are pretty good with automotive too
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Well I just got mine mounted at Discount Tires. for $70. That may sound a lot but I did not trust the mom and pop shops around my neighborhood mounting my painted 18" rims plus a lot of them are still have the old school mentality and do not know how deal with TPMS.
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ditto, walmarts here are pretty good with automotive too
not in atlanta, lazy as heII, crappy work
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For 16's it should be like $11 each
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Old 04-19-2009, 12:45 AM   #33
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cj's tire does all 4 for 45.00 i believe. might be 50.00
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Sears mount & balance is $14 each
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Old 04-19-2009, 09:08 PM   #35
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Haha I was quoted for 110 dollars just to put on rims, haha
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The place that I use (I live in Jackson, MS) whenever I order mail-order tires charges me $15 each for mounting, balancing and tire disposal.
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Most places I have seen around here are $10/tire to mount, $4/tire for new valve, and $11-12/tire for balance. Comes out to over $100 for all 4.
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I def got a deal then, my mech charged me $50 to mount and balance all 4. Was putting on new rims.
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i got quoted at $160 for all 4 today..i thought that was a little high

i live in MD right outside of DC
That is just way overpriced man! I had mine done for 50 bucks. I believe it should not go over a hundred bucks.

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