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I need new tires for the whip! anyone know a spot in NY that is cheap? the prices i have been getting are crazy like 150 a tire for the stock tires on the car. i got a 2002 tl-p!

205-60-16's i believe!

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i got some cooper tires for my TLS from a goodyear on fordham road. i don't know if u care the tires arent the best but they are way cheaper then stock. i put 26k miles and they are not worn at all so i am happy. (btw i worn out my stocks in 25k miles completely before )
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I've moved it here so that Jake from Tirerack can take care of ya. He rocks and you get the awesome prices of the 'rack. I've gotten my last two sets of tires from them and wouldn't buy from anywhere else.

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Thanx man. Yeah my stock tires have 66,000 on them and are pretty much done. so i need some new ones bad if you know what i mean. before the evil NY winter gets here. Where on fordham? I dont live far from there!

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Welcome to AW Babybau. Here is the link to our website to see all of your options if you dan't mind mail order. We would mail it to you and have local installers to mount and balance for you. Depending on what you choose it would be about 15% less than buying locally. I can deliver to New York in 2 business days.

http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=AC2&...ires/index.jsp
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Babybau,

Are you looking for summer-only tires, all-seasons, or winter-only tires?

I'm guessing you're thinking all-season because of the impending winter - are the tires on your car now the stock Michelins?

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yeah i have the stocks on my car. need all season tires.

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how are the pirelli p6 205/60vr16?

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I should be able to deliver the new Goodyear Assurance Triple treads in that size to you for $434. They have a $50 rebate on them for the next week also. There is not a huge selection in that size but those are just about the best deal for the money.
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yeah i have the stocks on my car. need all season tires.
try national Tire. Cant remeber the location but its on Bedell. Im a Brooklyn boy and forget bronx addresses pretty quick. I believe the number is 718-829-8989. they also go by 20th century tire. Let me know how it works out. Also dont go for the first price they give you. bargain them down. Its best to bargain in person. Good Luck
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