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TireRack Closeout Sale: $70 Rebate w/ Purchase of 4 Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires from

laier19usa 256 March 23, 2013 at 09:17 AM in Mail In Rebate (3) More TireRack.com Deals
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Promoted 03-24-2013 at 07:59 AM View Original Post
TireRack is having a Closeout Sale on Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires from as low as $58 each. You may also receive a $70 rebate when you purchase any set of 4 Michelin tires. Offer valid through April 15. Shipping starts at $50 and varies based on zip code. Thanks laier19usa

Prices after $70 rebate for a set of four before shipping

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Edited March 23, 2013 at 09:27 AM by laier19usa
TireRack is closing out the Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Winter Tires which are tied for #1 rated winter tires by Consumer Reports. They have several sizes in stock. I just purchased a set of 4 for mine which were about $100 cheaper than elsewhere including $54 shipping.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tir...=X-Ice+Xi2

Rebate [tirerack.com]

Size: 175/70R13 - $58.00 (each)
Size: 175/65R14 - $69.00 (each)
Size: 175/70R14 - $83.00 (each)
Size: 185/60R14 - $68.00 (each)
Size: 185/65R14 - $57.00 (each)
Size: 185/70R14 - $68.00 (each)
Size: 185/65R15 - $79.00 (each)
Size: 195/65R15 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 205/60R15 - $75.00 (each)
Size: 205/70R15 - $67.00 (each)
Size: 215/65R15 - $65.00 (each)
Size: 215/70R15 - $69.00 (each)
Size: 205/55R16 - $109.00 (each)
Size: 215/60R16 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 225/55R16 - $98.00 (each)
Size: 205/50R17 - $99.00 (each)
Size: 215/55R17 - $109.00 (each)
Size: 215/60R17 - $86.00 (each)
Size: 215/65R17 - $95.00 (each)
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#3
Wow, what a sweet find OP! TY! repped/upped

Living in Ohio, I HATED leaving my Defenders on through this winter. At this price, I am ordering a set of these X-Ice Michelin tires to keep and rotate out each year. I drive a Honda Civic Hybrid, and anything I can get to increase the handling during the winters will help me feel safer (plus my regular tires won't wear out as fast).
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I drove my Mazda Protege for years with all season tires during the upstate NY winters and I used to have permanent white knuckles. After getting my first set of winter tires, I just couldn't believe what a difference it made. It was like driving a different car in the snow. Now I won't even think about driving in the snow without winter tires especially now that we have a minivan to cart the kids around.

Quote from medicswife2002 View Post :
Wow, what a sweet find OP! TY! repped/upped

Living in Ohio, I HATED leaving my Defenders on through this winter. At this price, I am ordering a set of these X-Ice Michelin tires to keep and rotate out each year. I drive a Honda Civic Hybrid, and anything I can get to increase the handling during the winters will help me feel safer (plus my regular tires won't wear out as fast).
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So do I have to take these off in the summer time or are the good all year round?

Also does it screw with gas mileage at all?
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YellowFellow - Snow tires have a softer compound. They wear faster and they provide a squishier ride. The handling won't be as good as summer tires. You won't want them on year round. That being said, they will help a lot in the snow.
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damn. No 225 50 17.
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You will want to take it off in the summer. I'm going to buy a used set of steel rims off craigslist and mount the winter tires to them. That way, I can just swap the tires out myself at the beginning and end of the season myself.

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So do I have to take these off in the summer time or are the good all year round?
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Thanks! Normally I swear by Blizzak, and made the mistake of using the crappy Arctic Cat's that came with my mini this year. They were TERRIBLE. I was planning on picking up a set of Blizzaks to replace them with this fall, but I can't pass this deal up. They seem to get great reviews everywhere I've looked. Hopefully they are as good as everyone says. I can't stand not having exceptional traction in the winter.
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#10
I am in CA. It says 40K warranty for icy weather. Is it worth buying? How long will it last in CA?
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Quote from Topspin14m View Post :
YellowFellow - Snow tires have a softer compound. They wear faster and they provide a squishier ride. The handling won't be as good as summer tires. You won't want them on year round. That being said, they will help a lot in the snow.
Thank you for the info. I am in CA so I guess I don't want them. Smilie
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#12
$200 shipped for my corolla - that's insanely cheap! I just can't justify spending on winter tires when my snow handling is superb on all seasons, TU and rep anyway OP!
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#13
Only up to 17's. Weaksauce
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#14
Is there a free shipping code or some kinda promo that I can't find via google? Shipping to me = 54.70, which would put the 4 tires for the GFs Cruze @ $300 and a lil. Seems like not much of a deal at that point ://
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damn. No 225 50 17.
*hmph* It took me 3 winters to sell my lightly-used Blizzak WS-50's in that size. Finally unloaded them in November.
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