What is the Best Tire Brand for You? We Can Help!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 by Doc Horvath
Tire RackIn a global economy, shoppers have more options than ever at their fingertips. From toasters to tires, products can be manufactured and shipped all over the world at a competitive price. And, when it comes to tires, how can you choose the most reliable and cost-effective brands? Let us help. 

Over our 32-year history, Tire Rack has developed close relationships with well over a dozen different tire manufacturers, including globally-respected brands like Michelin and Bridgestone to high quality but smaller companies such as Kumho and Yokohama. With every delivery to our warehouse and all shipments to our customers, tires are closely inspected for potential issues. Also, if an issue develops after the sale, we can work with you to get the issue resolved over the phone with the help of one of our friendly customer service representatives, via email or with the help of one of our independent Recommended Installers.

Regardless if you're looking for a new set of performance SUV tires, suspension parts, ceramic disc brake pads or more, we are sure to have what you want at the price you desire.

Comments on What is the Best Tire Brand for You? We Can Help!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 by Joe Maxwell:
Need tires for a 21006 Honda Odyssey EX-l Have 77k on replacement set of Michelins fact replacement tires which have done well considering the horror stories on this vehicle and tire wear.Snow is not a big factor at all.
Thanks
Joe
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 by Paul:
My wife and I both have new vehicles. We are looking for winter tire/rim packages. Looking to downsize for performance, lots of snow here in Vermont.
2013 Ford Escape SEL, OEM 235 55/18
2012 VW Golf TDI 4 dr, OEM 225 45/17

Size recommendations?

thanks, Paul
Friday, October 5, 2012 by doc:
Paul,
Based on our measurements of each vehicle, we can use a 225/65R16 on the Escape and a 205/55R16 on the Golf. To see wheels that are guaranteed to work, first reference the vehicle on our website and then click on the "Winter Wheel and Tire Package" link to build your own 16" package

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