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Specializing in New and Used Tire sales and service

Locally Serving Worcester County with Great Prices, Service and Selection

Business Description
SPECIALIZING IN NEW AND USED TIRES Visit Dicks Tire Barn for tire sales and tire services including mounting, high speed balancing, tire rotation and tire repairs. Located just off Rt 20 on the East bound side. Also: We can order almost any brand of tire. Located in Charlton, Massachusetts, Dicks Tire Barn offers great tire service at reasonable prices. Along with our hundreds of new and thousands of used tires in passenger and light truck sizes, for trailers, we stock tires ranging from rim sizes of small 8 inch up to 15 inch. Also available are many sizes of personal lawn and garden tires for wheel barrows, riding lawn mowers and small tractors. We are truly your one stop full service tire shop!
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Tires Sales, Tire Service, Tire Rotations, Tire Repairs All Sizes, All Brands
Brand Name Tires in Stock:, Continental, Federal, Firestone, Fuzion, General, Mastercraft
Payment method
visa, master card, discover, debit, check, cash, travelers checks
Corner of Horne Homestead Rd and Rt 20 in Charlton
Automobile Parts & Supplies, Tire Dealers, Wheels, Tires-Wholesale & Manufacturers


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Good Family Company

What I like best about this place is its family run. The father, son, and brother all work together and do good work and do the right thing by people. I had rusted out rims and thy fixed it all at a very reasonable price. 5 stars


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Work done the right way!!!

I bought four tires for my Sequoia at a discount center. Every couple of days I would have to add air to my tires. I brought the truck back twice, and was charged both times, but they still kept on leaking. A friend told me he had the same problem with his car and he brought it to the Tire Barn. I decided I would try it for myself. It has been about 3 months now and I haven't had to add air yet, so I guess they fixed it the right way. They showed me what the problem was, my rims corroded and built up a residue between the rim and tire. They used special brushes to remove all of this before putting the tires back on. The discount center just used a bunch of black goop that didn't seem to work. When I told them where I bought the tires they told me that's what I get for buying my tires where I buy my underwear. I guess they were right.

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