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Old 02 Dec 2009, 04:46 pm
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Default How much should a "Tire Rotation" cost?

I'm going to the mechanic and I don't want to get ripped off...
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:01 pm
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1 tire should be at most 50 bucks
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:16 pm
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Rotation costs $20 to $30, but should be included with balancing. Balancing tires costs an average of $12 per tire.































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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:25 pm
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Default Re: How much should a "Tire Rotation" cost?

There are regularly specials near me where tire rotation is included with an oil change for around $20. Not that I've ever *seen* them rotate the tires, but they say they do.
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:31 pm
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call three local tire shops















should like 20 bucks or about 40/50 bucks at the most















calling three local place wil get you better ideal
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 05:46 pm
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Anywhere from $19.95 to $52.00 depending on where I get it done and if I have a coupon. There is still plenty of shops around here that rotate the tires for free with an oil change.































Just make sure to get the vin numbers off the tires and there location to make sure the tires where really rotated and you did not get ripped off.































Or you could do what I do. I went to Seasrs and bought a 2 ton service jack, so I can lift the whole front, back or side at one time and rotate my own tires.
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Old 02 Dec 2009, 06:31 pm
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It can be done yourself,if you have a bf,husband,any man that knows how to change a tire all you need to know if its front wheel drive or rear wheel drive,jack it up,exchange the rear tire for front,or vice versa,on both sides and there you go,free tire rotation.
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Default Re: How much should a "Tire Rotation" cost?

Why guess if they did it or write down VIN numbers on the tires? Just take some chalk or a grease pen and mark the inside of the tire walls. Then if it isn't rotated raise hell.

Shouldn't cost more than $40 anywhere. If they are charging more than $10 a tire, you are getting ripped off. If you are going to rotate your tires, at least balance the ones that are going on your drives.
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