View Full Version : Where to get the cheapest tires?


pwrtrip75
04-14-2012, 06:17 PM
Im looking for some for the back of my C5, its just a daily driver I use to go to work so as long as they work in the rain and have tread, the cheapest i can find will work.
275/40/18 or bigger up to 315/30/18 whatever I can fit on a factory size 18" Z06 rim.
Just wondering where or who offers them the cheapest.
Thanks.

versz
04-14-2012, 10:08 PM
Probably tire rack. But with shipping costs you might want to check out local shops too.

Zlow28
04-14-2012, 11:49 PM
costco just had a sale on their bridgestones. Bought some for the truck.

VinR1
04-15-2012, 03:59 AM
ebay - theres always vendors selling 'gently' used take-offs for dirt cheap. I found a matching pair of 275/35 19s for $90 shipped

BOBS99SS
04-15-2012, 05:51 AM
Yeah there is a hobo around where i live that sells used tires but i tell ya he has some killer tires pretty cheap, but if ya look hard enough you can find some cheap tires,you could look into sumosucko htrz or whatever there called lol

Latch
04-15-2012, 11:34 PM
My car is just a daily driver as well but I still wouldn't get the cheapest tires you can find. I had a couple shitty tires on the front of my car and it was irritating as hell. LOUD, rode hard, and tramlined. Never again.

Although I certainly wouldn't buy outrageously expensive tires either.

Ballzee
04-16-2012, 09:11 AM
Yeah there is a hobo around where i live that sells used tires but i tell ya he has some killer tires pretty cheap, but if ya look hard enough you can find some cheap tires,you could look into sumosucko htrz or whatever there called lol

yeah, those sumotomos are the "go to " 315.. the nitto 555dr seems to be the best bang for your buck, if you are looking for performance