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Answered: Old tires

Here' a "Hillbilly" answer: If you live in the "Sticks" you can take them about a mile or two down the road and dump them. Make sure that some are in the traveled portion of the highway. That way the State or County Roads Department will have to pick them up. This advise was given to me by a ...

Answered: Vogue tires

ANYBODY KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND P225 75 R15 vogue tires? Contact Les Schwab Tires. They have dealerships across the western US and can usually find direct replacements or generic replacements. This is a very common size tire for most full-sized American cars or smaller, light duty pickups.

Answered: Is it worth you returning tires back to a warehouse seller if you can't

Only a leftist would be stupid enough to try to sell scrap tires. You PAY to get rid of them at a rubber recycler. You pay less if they are clean. Where does AOL Answers get these leftist morons, anyway?

Answered: Where to dispose of an old sofa in Moore Township,PA

It is pointless to keep repeating the same question. If we didn't know the first time, we won't be able to answer the other 4 times. Why don't you call your Town Hall or other local governing body?

Answered: Pizza restaurant in Texas

Harpersbrickoven Sports Bar and Restaurant is a one stop place for all pizza lovers - unlimited variety of wood fired, cheezy, mouth watering pizzas. Harpersbrickoven offers Best brick oven pizzas in Texas . Visit the restaurant today to try their signature pizzas or build your own pizza right ...
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Where can i find a fiber gasket for a sears garbage disposal

I would start with a plumbing store, like All-Rite. One of the box stores should have this, if Sears doesn't. I know. They don't carry parts for anything anymore.

Tires how old are my tires

On the sidewall of the tire you will see an area with the letters "DOT" followed by 4 numbers. The four numbers represent the week and year the tire was manufactured. For example "DOT 4708" means the tire was manufactured during the 47th week of the year 2008.