I just replaced a cheaper set of Goodyear Wranglers on my truck that racked up 65,000 miles. I ran them almost bald, but they held up and never went flat. I got them at Tire Kingdom but I will not do business with them again. They have turned into pirate shops by trying to extract extra unneeded business from every customer. Every time you go in for a rotate/balance, the service manager will be tracking you down with computer printout sheets of many things they found wrong with your car. Of course they just happen to have the parts and will volunteer to fix it at exhorbitant prices. Many people panic buy under these dishonest pressure tactics. Walmart was a joy to deal with. I called in beforehand to verify the stock on hand. The manager told me it would be about a two hour wait. When I arrived, I was going to buy another set of Wranglers, but they had a special rollback price going on this model at $102. So I said slap them on and they had me out the door 1 1/2 hour later. There was no hidden charges or shady fees. They were upfront and honest and did not try to hustle me to buy other products or services. I also got the lifetime rotate/balance plan, and the final cost was $489...fantastic! As I drove home, these tires were exceptionally quiet, a huge difference over the Wranglers. It felt like a new truck and the handling was superb. Time will now tell, but I expect over 50K trouble free miles with these. Walmart will definitely get my future business.
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