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    Good Job Firestone, Elkton MD

    Got my new tires today.

    very satisfied with the deal.
    they threw in free alignment with the tires.
    This is on the family car a 2009 Malibu.

    I really had needed new tires and the old ones were badly cuppped from feathering..(bad alignment form factory seems ot be common problem from what I hear)

    Beatutiful job on the balancing and alignment i can tell.
    Car smooth as new now.
    "In the end we all just play the roles given us... Sometimes they dont fit so well,... but I guess we make do."

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    Did you hear that from the family car forum? (ie, the tire problem) Was it the freshfamilyforum? Alright I'll stop now.

    Glad you got a good deal on the safety hazzard tires though. Try not to cutoff any Explorer owners.

    I'm better now. Just took the green pill.

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    I'm beginning to think Brian is operating under the influence ...

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    i am hoping to trade the Chevy for an Infiniti or at least a Nissan soon of course:o
    "In the end we all just play the roles given us... Sometimes they dont fit so well,... but I guess we make do."

    Dont forget MultiMedia forums!!
    http://www.freshalloy.com/forumdisplay.php/55-Multi-Media-Forum

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    An addition note to the job at Firestone:

    I like to keep the fronts 3 psi higher and the computer readings since i got the tires were not at all consistent with that.

    Last night I finally checked with the brand hand new pressure gauge Firestone gave me as a gift when I bought the tires ( I been a customer for years):

    Turns out my TPMS sensors where switched and the inexplicable pressure readings I had all week are now explained.

    The left front an right rear now read each others number.
    So when the display shows
    LF 35 RF 38
    LR 35 RR 38

    In my mind I translate it to:
    LF 38 RF 38
    LR 35 RR 35
    "In the end we all just play the roles given us... Sometimes they dont fit so well,... but I guess we make do."

    Dont forget MultiMedia forums!!
    http://www.freshalloy.com/forumdisplay.php/55-Multi-Media-Forum

    2x91,92,94 Q45s, 2x 350Z, 1x 240SX w/ SR20DET, 1x Sentra SER SPEC-V, 2k2 Maxima, 2x03 G35, 09 Maxima, 2k2 Maxima, 2015 XTerra, 2005 Xterra, 2012 Pathfinder,

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