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Old 11-14-2009
Jim Harvie Jim Harvie is offline
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Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Lancaster
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Default Petes Tire Barn

I got new tires for my Bluebird over the Summer. In New England, there's a company called Petes Tire Barn. There are about 8 or 10 stores in New England. All that I know of have service trucks, and they do all types of tires. They have their own recap facility about 20 or so miles from me. I ordered new tires and told them I wanted recent date codes. I got recent date codes ( made 3 months prior, all the same month) When I got there, they were pleasent, got right to work, and even took out the torque wrench before I asked them too!, I asked for never seize and got it!
6 Generals 16 ply..... $2480.00, with 5 tire disposal fees, mounted, balanced , and out the door.
Jim Harvie
Lancaster MA.
1982 35 FT. FC, SB
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