Tire Installation

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New & Seasonal Tire Installation

New Tires
We can usually beat or meet online tire prices. If you have a specific tire in mind, email or call us, your greater Milwaukee service team, for a quote. If you would like our assistance in selecting a tire, please complete and submit the New Tire Quote form below and we will get back to you with a quote. Finally we will arrange a time to come to you with our fully service mobile tire van.

Seasonal Tires
Do you run snow tires in our Wisconsin winter? Skip the hassle of taking your vehicle to a brick and motor service center twice per year and spending an hour or more in a waiting room.

how to read a tire

How to Read a Tire Number

Your tire and loading information label can be found inside the door jamb on the driver’s side. This label includes information about the right tire pressure for the front and rear tires and also tells you what size tires you need for your car.

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New Tire Quote

Please fill in as much as possible, we will get back to you with a few options as soon as possible!

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FAQ

Answers to our frequently asked questions

We service 10 to 22 inch rims.

No, we do not sell or install used tires. We will reinstall seasonal tires that have been owned by you since they were new and that have only been installed on that vehicle.

Usually not. In general, all Tires should be the same manufacturer and model. This is especially important with all-wheel drive and four wheel drive vehicles.

No. As concluded by Consumer Report, using nitrogen is not worth the money or inconvenience in passenger vehicles. See Consumer Report article for more information.

Yes. But keep in mind that many times when a vehicle is equipped with run-flat tires from the factory, a spare tire is not included. Some drivers opt to carry a full-size spare or a space saver spare tire.

It’s very important to go back and re-torque your lug hardware after the first 50 miles of driving on your  wheels (see specific vehicle manufactures guidance for this service). The lug seats of the wheels will slightly compress and loosen up under the lug hardware as you begin to drive on them. Once this initial breaking in period is over and you re-torque the wheels, it should not be required again until you remove the wheels for rotation or service. Failure to re-torque the lug hardware can allow the lugs to loosen up causing serious vibrations, and in many cases, damage to the wheels, lug hardware, and the vehicle.

In general we will perform a torque recheck for the cost of a trip service fee and will not charge for labor.