We are heading to Idaho and Montana this summer from Alberta, I think I want to buy new tires in the States for our trailer since they are so much cheaper in the US thant in Canada. We will be in the Couerd'alene area.
Where would be the best and cheapest place to get tires for our trailer? I'm running on these silly bias plys and want to get radials.
2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 3.0L diesel.
2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 4x4
2010 195wbs Shadow cruiser travel trailer.
Les Schwab is probably the best place in the west for tires.....They don't carry the brand(Hankook) that we like, so we have to use another dealer. But, if you like the brands they carry, then they are the way to go.
Bob & Betsy(FishNFanatic) - USN Aviation Ret'd '78 & LEO Ret'd '03 & "Oath Keeper Forever" '05 HR Endeavor 40PRQ, 400 Cummins-Pulling our '11 Silverado LT, Ex Cab 6.2L NHT 4x4, w/2010 Rzr or 09 Polaris snomobile in back. Where the wheels are stopped today
X4 for Les Schwab, they carry Toyo and several other brands; service is great and they stand behind their products. The convenience of many stores throughout the western USA is hard to beat, you're covered for many locations!
Are you a CostCo member? If so, on the same model of tires CostCo bets Les Swab every time.
If you are going to be in Coeur d'Alene? If so Discount Tire bets Les Swab also. In fact I have seen a CostCo tire guy send people there, as opposed to Les Swab if CostCo didn't have the tire the customer needed.
2008 F350SD V10 with an 2012 Arctic Fox 29-5E When someone tells you to buy the same rig they own, listen, they might be right. When they tell you to buy a different rig then they own, really pay attention, they probably know something you don't.
I like the "BF Goodrich Commercial" tire sold at Costco. We have one in Missoula, MT.
The tire service provided by Les Schwab is the best in the west. I believe the "Toyo" is an excellent tire sold by them. However, beware if you buy an ST type trailer tire, there may be a strong possibility they are made China. Jack
A couple posts mentioned buying tires at Costco; yes, their prices are very competitive but their shop bays usually can't handle large RV's, TT's, FW's, etc. But they are definitely worth checking out, I've purchased tires at Costco and Les Schwab, both are good but Schwab is better equipped to handle many RV type needs and not just sell tires.