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Old 11-25-2018, 07:46 AM
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I got my tires from my Ford dealer. Now you can spend way more than $1,200 for a set of tires depending what tire you want.
Wishing for the good ol days when gas was 35 cents and tires were about $25 a set LOL Even when gas was that cheap it was still hard for me to come up with the money LOL. You used to say give me 5 gallons not $5. car wouldn't hold that much gas.
 
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Update: Called a local dealer today - cost for a coolant flush and transflush + filter is about $460.00. It's a no brainier to let them take care of it versus all the headache and time to save only $200.00. I was honestly expecting closer to a $1k ticket cost.
 
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Update: Called a local dealer today - cost for a coolant flush and transflush + filter is about $460.00. It's a no brainier to let them take care of it versus all the headache and time to save only $200.00. I was honestly expecting closer to a $1k ticket cost.
That sounds like a good deal to me. What dealer?
 
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Old 11-27-2018, 05:03 AM
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that is a good price. is that the quicklane or straight to the service dept? I have found that the quicklane will be cheaper.
 
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Believe it or not sometimes service at the dealer may surprise you at how cost effective it is. My daughter needed 2 new tires and so she got 2 at Les Schawb. Then she found out that she needed a complete set. I told her to go to Ford and get the other 2. She called me later and Ford had a better price on tires. The dealer isn't always the highest price like the old days
 
 


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