can anyone explain the "85T" i have on my existing tires? i suck with cars. does that mean i HAVE to get that?
No, you do not have to get that exact same thing. That is just the load/speed rating of the tire. If you use the drop down menu's to put in your car, they will only suggest tires that will work for your car anyway. The only thing you need to make sure is that you don't go too low for the load rating (85 in this case) because that basically says how much weight each tire can safely support, but I doubt there will be many options where you would have to worry anyway.
You can do the same using another competitor site code with "40" at the end.
Mr rebate if anyone is familiar. And you can then use cashback at 4% instead.
A little less, but guaranteed not to be invalidated.
Just another option.
Seems installation will be separate charge.But how to get it installed from/through TireRack.com?Shopping Cart Total price after mail-in rebate[tirerack.com]: $218.00
Last edited by ThinkBig; 03-19-2013 at 02:56 PM..
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