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I ordered a set of Maxxis Bighorns that should be delivered any day. I went with the stock size so I wouldn't have to get new wheels. Does anyone know where I can get the stock tires removed and the bighorns put on? Preferably in southeastern PA. Thanks
 

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walmart is probably the cheapest. I think it is 5 bucks a tire.
 

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Guys, the Walmarts around here don't do it apparently. I called the dealer and they told me it would cost $120 to put the tires on and that seems too high. Anyone know of a Walmart in Southeastern PA that installs tires?
 

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Make sure it is a Super Walmart with a tire and lube express. They should do it for $5.00 a tire. Call their 800-walmart customer service number!
 

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I kind of was. I won't buy my next atv there for a couple reasons. They told me it was a 2 hr job but they would only bill me for an hour and a half (at $80 an hour). What a bargain! I could do it in 15 minutes if I had the tools.

Last night I tried to do one myself. I couldn't break the bead on the one side despite running it over with my truck. I might buy a $50 tire changer from harbor freight or see if I can get a auto tire shop to help.
 

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I was going to suggest that. if you got the time and desire just change em yourself. the bead breaker is needed. I used a buddys and had mine changed out in a hour or so.
 

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Thanks guys. FJP, that is a good suggestion for the future. I ended up taking them to a friends who is a mechanic and he had them changed up in 5 minutes. I don't know why I didn't think about a regular auto mechanic.
 
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