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    Tire installation in NoVA?

    I used to go to Super Center Walmart (when I used to live in Rochester NY) to get my tires installed, and it cost me around 50 something dollars to do all 4 tires. I live in Centreville and just ordered a set of Kumho tires from tirerack. Are there any decently prices places to install tires? I've been quoted 20/wheel and 25/wheel in my area. Those prices are rediculous. Especially when I can get it done for 5/wheel in NYC. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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    Well, be careful because sometimes you get what you pay for.

    I take mine to the Sears in Fair Oaks Mall (Fairfax, VA). It's pretty cheap, the workers are semi-competent, and you can stand in the little waiting room with the little window and watch over them.

    I had to get my alignment done last time I was there so the whole mounting + alignment +etc. was around $100, if I recall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette View Post
    Well, be careful because sometimes you get what you pay for.

    I take mine to the Sears in Fair Oaks Mall (Fairfax, VA). It's pretty cheap, the workers are semi-competent, and you can stand in the little waiting room with the little window and watch over them.

    I had to get my alignment done last time I was there so the whole mounting + alignment +etc. was around $100, if I recall.
    Thats pretty good, considering most alignments are around 60$. I will have to check out Sears.
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    $sua
    bash: sua: command not found
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