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Well, Sunday's about over.

Go to Ralph's in the morning.


Go while you still can -- sadly their building is up for sale.

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Well, Sunday's about over.

Go to Ralph's in the morning.

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Anyone know of a tire repair place open on Sundays?

Cheers,
Robin.

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EPIC Auto Care - had tires delivered from TireRack for my minivan (run-flats) and from Discount Tire Direct for my car last month. Top notch expert service, good, honest mechanics. It's on the other side of town where I reside but I'll drive there to get service.

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I love ralohs too.

I did buy tires from tire buyer and had them shipped to home (next day from totowa to JC heights) and had them installed at LA familia on grand and fairmount. $50 for mount balance install aand disposal of my old leaky tires. They also saved the two best ones and put them on my extra junky rims which came in handy when my car was hit while parked and I needed to have the whole back axle replaced. They held me up well.

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Thanks for the recs, guys I will check both of them out.

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I used tirerack to deliver to Ralphs on Erie. Highly recommend. Great repair shop too. Just give them a call - they'll hold the tires, call you when they arrive and fit them in minutes - almost zero wait.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/ralphs-tire-repair-jersey-city




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I've used Epic more than once for tires bought thru tirerack.com. They were great. Zero hassles. Good guys, nice shop. Don't think twice about it!

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I'm buying new tires though Tirerack.com. There are 2 recommended installers Epic Auto Care and West Side Tire & Auto. Anyone have experiences with either of these businesses?
TIA

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