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  • 1.Cordy Tire Factory Outlet

    1441 N Plaza Dr


    31.95 mi

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By: Kim A.
City Garage DFW
Great place to have your vehicle worked on. They rebuilt my motor on my truck and have done other work as well. Always nice and helpful and very honest!
By: Jerry C.
Gordon Permann Auto Service Center
Took my car in after a fender bender to see if the front tire would clear the bent fender. Permann pried the fender out enough for the tire to turn--didn't charge me. Permann got me going until I could have the fender repaired at the body shop.
By: Tina M.
Williamson H R Tire Co Inc
If there was a negative star, I would use it! I took my van in several years ago and had a couple of tires replaced. We had, in the previous few years, used them frequently for service on other vehicles before with no issues. In fact, we recommended them to several people. After leaving, I noticed my van was shaking, so I took it back and asked them to look at it. My husband thought the tires had not been balanced and I asked them specifically about that. When I took my van back, the owner/manager argued with me that his guys do not mess up. I never said anyone messed up, just asked him to check it. He insisted they did nothing wrong and wouldn't even look at it. I took it two blocks down and had other tire guys balance it with no problems afterward. I have refused to go back. Yesterday, my husband took our new van in to have a flat repaired. The tech insisted on replacing the tire and hubby had to tell him twice "No, just repair." We got on the freeway right after that to the shaking. Did not bother going back to have them "fix" it. Went to Discount Tire instead and had them balance the repaired tire.
By: Kapil S.
Gordon Permann Auto Service Center
I called them because my ignition was not working and my car was just 0.7miles away from them I asked for the possibilities that how can I bring my car to their store because the car was not starting instead of giving me the suggestion they hung up my phone.I'm completely disappointedZero rating...
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By: Joel A.
Tilden Car Care Center # 1
I took my vehicle for shaking and wear on front tires. Prior to this, I had an alignment done at Tilden to make sure that was the issue. I was told it was very minimal and that was not it. March 25th I took it because the shaking was bad and the wear on tires was as well. I was charged $958.98 for replacing upper control arms and the shocks or struts, one of them. Charged $420 dollars for labor. In June the shaking began to get worse and the wear on the tires as well. End of June I had my tire was flat and took it to a shop. The guy there looked at the suspension area when I asked to check to see anything wrong because of the shaking. I was told everything under is old and you need replacing, which I though but I already had it fixed back in March. He said if they put the upper control arms they didn't replace the bottom which means that the news ones lock in and the old ones take the brunt of the pressure and will give out. I go back to Tilden today to try and resolve the issue and was offered an alignment and I had to pay $100 dollars for it to see if that was the issue. I asked why the alignment wasn't done correctly since the problem was to be fixed and the rep said that somebody didn't explain it to me, which is correct, no one said anything other than here is what you need and go for it. Even the taxi driver said that they were trying to get me to come back each time the another part broke which makes sense when while the truck was being worked on, they would have spotted issues that result in shaking, etc. I also learned that auto parts discount for auto shops and they save that money. I was charged 210 labor to install the shocks at $105 an hour. I was charged 210 for the arms same time frame. It would make sense to do the work all at once. I am not a mechanic so not sure how long it takes to replace the shocks and what the price on them are. Technically I was duped. So I will not spend another dime here.
By: Juan S.
River Oaks Car Care
Took my Tundra to Toyota of Fort Worth and was quoted about 800.00 for a fuel system and ignition system tune up. Not only did they do everything on Toyota's estimate for half the price they also informed of a couple of recalls that affected my truck. Toyota of Fort Worth didn't even do that.
By: Drefan R.
Family Car Care Center
While it is a bit difficult to bring the car in during weekdays (their only operating hours), the service and cost is worth it. I love having these guys around because I know that I won't be lied to about problems that don't exist and it will always be a fair price.
By: Carolyn F.
Tony's Garage
I was greeted by a pleasant lady and young man who advised me after looking at my car, the problem I had with the car and the pricing. I was told a time for the car to be ready and was extremely pleased that the timing was correct. This was working on my Honda. Since then I have taken in my Mercedes ML 350 and was equally pleased and extremely happy about the time and work done. Since last month I have recommended others to this shop and so far they are genuinely very satisfied as well.
By: Sal A.
J Foreign Auto Repair and Sales
Excellent Deal ****Professional Experience specially with Foreign Autos.I bought many cars over the Five Past years.
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By: Lisa B.
Crow's Auto Service
Took my ford expenition in to get the spark plug and coil replaced, after almost two months later was told it couldn't be fixed (He gave me a sob story about how he'd been sick and was unable to fix it problem and had been in and out of the hospital) So later that week went to pick it up my vehicle (that runs but was just misfiring on one of its cylinders) and pay for it on the price we agreed on which I thought was reasonable (little under 300 because it couldn't be fixed and had it for so long after promising the job would only take three days at most) and was informed that the back of his shop where my car was being kept, was broken in to and many part of under the hood were stolen (K&N cold air intake cut out along with wires, battery and cables cut) was informed by mike that his insurance would be calling me but he insisted that because he was not currently working on it that his insurance wouldn't cover any damages, even tho it was locked in a gated area in the back of the garage. Talked to his insurance and was told repeatedly after a week after the the burglary had happen that he won't let the insurance adjuster in to the back area to asses the damages to any of the vehicles. So I Went to have my car towed so HIS insurance could asses it at another location so I could get the problem fixed, was first told he was waiting on the insurance to asses it, when I informed him I had already talked with his Insurance and they informed me he wasn't letting them do their job, was told not only could I not pay for my vehicle but I would have to cancel the tow truck that was already on its way and that I would have to try back Monday, only for him to call me three hours later and tell me the bill to get my car out is now $700. He is absolutely dishonest and shady.
Tips & Advices
Yes. New tires purchased online can often be priced lower than ones at a tire dealership. Buyers can often avoid state sales taxes and locate hard-to-find tire styles and sizes, but will still have to locate a local tire installer and pay sometimes high shipping costs.
The average cost of a set of new tires is $637, with a range of between $525-$725. In addition, installation includes mounting and balancing, alignment, and disposal of old tires.
The vehicle is raised and the old wheels are removed, then the old tires are removed from the wheels. The lug nuts, wheels, and valve stems are inspected and replaced as needed. The new tires are mounted and sealed, then inflated and balanced. The wheels are then replaced on the car. The average installation takes approximately 45 minutes.
Agencies such as the Tire Industry Association promotes tire safety through advocacy and education to the industry including: manufacture, sales, repair, service and recycling. Seek a full-service tire dealer who carries a wide variety of tire types and brands and asks about the type of driving you normally do.
  • Move your car to a safe location.
  • Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
  • Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
  • Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
  • Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.

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