Last post on Nov 20, 2012 at 10:04 AM
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Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, Ford Freestar, Mercury Monterey, Tires, Wheels, Van
#1531 of 1534 Re: Staying with PAX [stuman168]
Jul 22, 2012 (11:29 am)
My 2007 Odyssey now needs 4 new PAX tires, 2 of them were installed 24,000 miles ago, the other 2 were replaced shortly before that. Honda dealer wants 1500.- for all 4, so I've decided to sell the car rather than throw $1500 on tires every couple of years. The PAX tires are very low quality, I dont know if its honda or Michellin, and I dont really care. I'm selling the car and getting one with good tires. Good luck to all, drive safe
#1532 of 1534 Re: Need Help/Info - Looking to dePax [deejaydub]
Aug 05, 2012 (9:19 pm)
Atlanta Area - Southside if available but Northside OK......
As I strongly consider the DePax can anyone recommend a tire shop or shops in metro Atlanta that will take a kit from College Hills or Tire Rack and do the install with tires ?
Thanks for help in finding a place to finish the process.
#1533 of 1534 Re: Need Help/Info - Looking to dePax [retredd]
Aug 06, 2012 (11:39 am)
Discount Tire in the Chicago area had no problem doing it for me. Looks like there are some in the Atlanta area. Good luck - I've never looked back from depaxing.
#1534 of 1534 Re: Staying with PAX [stuman168]
Nov 20, 2012 (10:04 am)
I just ordered a third set of PAX tires from Discount Tire for $1,100. $400 less than my Honda Dealer wants. My Odyssey has 79,000 miles now, so the wear on my PAX tires have been very good. I was going to let this van go at this mileage, but it is just too versatile and reliable so I am keeping it for a few more years. As heavy as the PAX system is, I still get decent mileage and will continue to stick with them. I also noted that they are rated for 36,000 miles and I have beaten that mileage with my two previous sets, so no complaints. Pressure and rotation is critical with them.