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Old 11-06-2015, 10:15 AM   #1
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Tires, Dayton -Cincinnati OH Area

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good tire place in the Dayton-Cincinnati area?

I'm looking for 225 R70 19.5 Load Range F.

Bad reviews also helpful/
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Zurcher Tire Wholesale 109 W Andrews St, Monroe, IN 46772 had good luck with them this past spring they are about 1 and 3/4 hours north of Dayton 260) 692-6702
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OK, answering my own question. Based on a recommendation on another thread, I went to Best One in Wilmington, OH. They were competive with Simple Tire (Internet) and did the install and alignment quickly without screwing anything up. They were a pleasure to deal with.
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