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Old November 4th, 2009, 05:21 PM
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<p>Pro Trucks and Cars is located on Rt. 22 in Murrysville, PA (Southwest PA)</p>
<p>I chose this shop to have my set of Nitto Mud Grapplers installed on my new 18x9 ProComp wheels. Along with the installation of the tires, they also had to break down my old set of wheels/tires to access the tire pressure sensors (TPS) so that they could be transferred to my new set of wheels and held in place with new TPS bands.&lt;/p&gt;The service was very quick and very cost effective. To remove the previous set of 17x8's with 35's, break down that set to retrieve the TPS's, take the new 18x9's and install the TPS with the new bands, mount and balance the mud grapplers and mount on my truck ran me only $30 per tire. This was my first experience using this shop, but after dealing with the knowledgeable staff and seeing the quality of work their shop provides, I will definitely keep them in mind the next time I need any sort of aftermarket work done to my truck.</p>
<p>So anyone in Southwest PA looking for a quality shop to purchase/install your aftermarkent parts, I highly recommend Pro Trucks and Cars in Murrysville, PA.</p>
<p>Website: www.protrucksandcars.com</p>
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