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1.Kilburn Tire Factory
116 W Cedar St
Tire DealersMufflers & Exhaust SystemsBrake RepairWheel Alignment-Frame & Axle Servicing-Automotive
100% recommend this local business. Not only have we always been very satisfied with every Products and Services we've received its the personal care that has to be given recognition. (A Quick Story)
2.Brewer J W Tire
1818 E Cedar St
3.Wyoming Diesel Service
2305 Daley St
Tire DealersAutomobile Air Conditioning Equipment-Service & RepairTurbochargersAutomotive Roadside Service
While transporting a RV cross Country, has "sensors" go out, stopped at two other local "Diesel Service" places prior to having a Local direct me to Wyoming Diesel Services, I was there early, as soon
4.Skyline Motors Inc.
911 E Cedar St
New Car DealersAutomobile Parts & SuppliesAuto Repair & ServiceNew Truck Dealers
Excellent service and the cost of my car repair was what was quoted to me. Thankful to have done business with them.
5.O'Reilly Auto Parts
1205 E Cedar St
Automobile Parts & SuppliesTruck Equipment & PartsAutomobile AccessoriesBattery Supplies
Your local Rawlins O'Reilly Auto Parts store is one of over 4,500 auto part stores throughout the U.S. We carry top brands like Mobil 1, Castrol, Wix, Trico, Gates and Monroe and our professional part
6.Sears Home Improvement
Plastic WindowsDoor RepairDoor Closers & ChecksDoor Operating Devices
Sears Home Improvement is your trusted, long term partner. We've been helping customers improve their homes for over 125 years and we back our work with strong warranties (Ask your Sears specialist fo
7.Monro Muffler Brake & Service
Tire DealersBrake RepairMufflers & Exhaust SystemsAuto Oil & Lube
On The Rim & Out The Door® is our revolutionary pricing policy. A traditional tire dealers tire prices do not include installation. On average, this costs $68 extra on a set of four tires. We include
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- 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.