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03/07/2015
By: Kati G.
Big O Tires
I went in on March 7th with s bolt in my tire and needed it patched they were closing at 3 this was at 235 pm They said they couldn't do it !! I asked if they could put air in it they said they had already shut everything down for the day . They are very rude and need customer service re- training!!!! Do not go there
10/29/2014
By: J M.
Big O Tires
I wish I could warn the entire town not to shop here.ive been there several times and every time was a terrible experience. Once I went in with a flat. I thought I heard a leak when I left but chalked it up to hearing their air hoses. Drove 16 miles home to find the tire almost totally flat . Aired it back up and went back. The worker tried to say well he found a new leak. Didn't want to admit he missed it. Thank God it wasn't one of my kids cars. But here's the worst time. My fiance bought brand new tires there with a 50 k mile tread warranty. She took them in for a leak to be fixed and they told her they were out of warranty and made her buy a used tire. When she came home I checked the milage and she only had 18 k miles on tires. Buy they were 50 k mile tires !!! I called down there and they told me it wasn't their problem. I vow to never spend my money there again
Tips & Advices
Wheel caster is the angle created by the steering pivot points, from the front to the back of the vehicle. It is positive if the line angles forward, and negative if it angles back. A positive caster typically makes the car or truck more stable at higher speeds.
The camber angle of a wheel is the measured angle in degrees, between a wheels vertical alignment, perpendicular to the road. Wheels perfectly perpendicular to the road are at 0 degrees. This is considered ideal to prevent uneven wear on the surface of the tire and also to maximize standard performance. This is part of the alignment of the vehicle and can be adjusted for performance purposes.
Wheels can absolutely affect gas mileage. Larger, heavier wheels and tires create added weight to the car, generally decreasing mileage; lighter-weight wheels are prone to enhancing gas mileage.
As long as the wheels are made by an accredited manufacturer or machine shop, they are safe to use within the boundaries set forth by the manufacturer. There can be exceptions with random wheel failures, but, generally, they are completely safe as long as they are installed correctly and driven within the guidelines set forth by the manufacturer.
Changing wheels can affect the performance of the car. Size, width, and weight are among the factors that affect performance. Some wheels emphasize straight-ahead performance, usually associated with drag racing, while others are associated with performance and handling, while still others are purely ornamental in nature. Tires have much more impact on performance than wheels, however.

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