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(801) 465-9934



1146 W 800 S, Payson, UT 84651

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7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Regular Hours

Mon - Sat

7:00 am - 7:00 pm



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Extra Phones

Fax: (801) 465-1132

General Info

Big O Tires grew out of a tire-buying cooperative, founded in 1962 to supply tires to independent tire dealers. They banded together to compete against tire manufacturers' company stores and big retail chains. The tire-buying cooperative quickly evolved into the Big O Tires store franchise organization. It has grown to more than 540 stores in 21 states and Canada. The stores are independently owned and operated by members of the communities in which they are located. Big O Tires devotes itself every day, in every store, to earning the right to use our motto: "Big O Tires - A Reputation You Can Ride On"

Payment Methods

Company Card, Financing Available, Insurance, Jcb, Travelers Checks, Discover, Master Card, Visa, Check, Debit, Amex


At Big O Tires, we do more than just tires! * Batteries * Preventative Maintenance * Alignments * Brake System Service & Repair * Fluid Maintenance * Fuel Efficiency Tips * Oil & Filter Changes * Shocks & Struts * Suspension & Front End and More! Additionally, the Spanish Fork location offers a full service shop with ASE certified mechanics on staff. No job is too small or too big! Call us for all your vehicle service needs! Tires: * New Tires * Snow Tire Installation * Tire Mounting * Tire Pressure * Tire Rotation * Used Tires * Wheel Alignment Oil Change: * Air Filter Change * Cabin Filter Change * Fuel Filter Change Routine Services: * Belt Replacement * Brake Fluid Exchange * Cooling System Flush & Fill * Differential Fluid Exchange * Fuel System Cleaning * Headlights & Taillights * Power Steering Fluid Exchange * Radiator & Coolant Hoses * Transmission Fluid Exchange * Wiper Blades Batteries: * Alternator/Starter Test and Replacement * Battery Cable Replacement * Battery Testing * Installation of a new Service/Battery Suspension and Front End: * Ball Joints * CV Joints and CV Axles * Shocks * Steering and Suspension Evaluation * Struts * Tie Rods

Other Information

Specialties: Four Wheel Drives, 4wd, Trucks, 4 Wheel Drives, 4x4s

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    Jessica B.

    I would not recommend this place to anyone. I take My car in to get a flat repair and it comes out with problems it didn't have before i went there. Then they want $200 to fix it. Save yourself some money and don't go to Big O.

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    Connie V.

    Nice guys, but lousy service. I won't be back.

  • Kevin D.

    I have always had a terrific experience here. More knowledgeable and helpful than anywhere I have been. Honest reliable service and great prices too.

  • carl_s

    Took my wife's car in to get an alignment because they were the only shop I could find that could do it right then. Also had a tire from my truck in the trunk that I needed repaired. An hour into it they called me and told me I needed new camber arms on the rear end of the car. They wanted 250 for each side. It seemed high to me so I called another shop in town and the guy told me that if it was 250 for the set that it was a good price, but if it was over 300 for the set to go see him. I called them back and told them that and he fumbled over some words and said he would check and call me back. He did and said he "was able to find another part and could put them on for 169 a piece". Funny how they can all of a sudden also have the same parts 140 bucks cheaper after a phone call to another shop. That was close enough to 300 so I let them do it. I got the car back and took it home. It was pulling to the right worse than it ever had. I got home and pulled my truck tire out of the trunk to find they hadn't touched it. Back to the store i went. Told them my car was pulling to the right and they told me that it shouldn't be like I was the dumb one. I also told them my tire hadn't been touched and they said well bobby (i think that was his name) fixed it. They called bobby into the front and he knew nothing about it. So I went and sat down why they tried to align my car again. I pointed out both problems with the truck tire (valve stem and had a hole). When they were done and walking back to the car the tire tech told me he couldn't find the hole and only fixed the valve stem. I took the tire into the shop and showed them where the hole was (it was a slow leak and not obvious). They took the tire down and patched it. Home I went again. Got home and put the water hose on it to find it was leaking worse than originally. So loaded back up and went to the store again. Got a different guy behind the counter to come look at it and he could clearly see it leaking and this time was a bit more apologetic. He took it back and they put a big patch on the bad boy and finally got it stopped. So after 3 trips $430 and over 5 hours at Big O I finally got my car aligned and tire fixed. They did give me a $20 gift certificate to be used on my next visit (not that I will be going back). I didn't mind as much the poor and incomplete service as that sort of thing can happen. The part that I didn't like was that I felt like I wasn't treated honestly, fairly, or like a paying customer should be.

  • Great friendly service
    Kim Schelin

    Great service and very friendly.

  • First time I went there, there...

    Big O Payson - The first time I went there, there was a bolt in the tire so I just needed a flat repair. Suddenly they found a big gash in the side of the tire, so it had to be replaced. I figured it was probably a coincidence, despite the sinking feeling they had just cheated me, so a few weeks later I tried them again to check my brakes. They told me that all my brakes needed replaced and that my rotors couldn't just be turned--that they were made of some kind of material that would crack if they were turned. I have had them turned at Les Schwab before, so I knew they were lying.

    I declined having them fix the brakes. When I got home I found that all of the lug nuts were loose. (Were they mad because I didn't have them fix the brakes?) One of the lug nuts was not even right (was to big to screw on tight). I went back and they claimed the original one was stripped, so they had done me a favor and put on a new one. They gave me the original lug nut which I was able to get on just fine.

    I replaced the brake pads myself, and took the van to Les Schwab in Provo where they turned the rotors with no problem.

    I would stay away from this Big 0. Go somewhere that is not trying to drain your wallet.

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