A very Old Man
I've had Les Schwab for over 25 years now. Never had and problems with their tires. Never been pressured to buy a better tire from what I wanted. I would recommend them to anybody.
I recently had the Continental Control Contact tires installed on my 2013 F-150. Very satisfied with them. Very quiet ride.Lots of votes for Discount - I bought a set of tires for our Subaru from Discount Tire and I'm very satisfied with the wear and traction (Continental Control Contact). The downside is Discount Tire is 58 miles one way from Ephrata. 116 miles for a flat repair, 116 miles for rotation.
I priced Tire Rack and Discount when it came time to replace the tires on my truck. I ended up going with LS because I can drop the truck off and walk home in 15 minutes. Tire Rack installers are in Quincy or Moses Lake - each about a 40 mile round trip for any service needs. No thanks. I might pay more for the tires at LS but at least I don't have to sit in some damn tire store for an undetermined amount of time.
I guess there are some benefits to living in a bigger city rather than a small town - we have LS and Walmart.
Same sentiments for me regarding TOYO tires.My town doesn’t have a “Discount Tire” and I want a local install if any issues come up, so have bought several times from TireRack (online) and had them drop shipped to a local Firestone for install. Great price. I also just bought tires through Costco and it was even cheaper due to a sale, quick no hassle
PS: no matter where or what you buy, check out tire reviews on TireRack from real users. Only major brand not covered is Toyo, which I owned once and won’t own again.