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Les Schwab Tire Center

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(2 Reviews)

8555 Airport Blvd, Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 789-0380

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Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
67
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Doing the Right Thing Since 1952

General Info
Founded in 1952, Les Schwab Tire Centers is one of the leading independent tire dealers in the United States. With more than 7,000 employees, the company maintains over 400 store locations throughout the western United States. It operates a tire retreading plant and nearly 2 million square feet of distribution center in Oregon. Les Schwab Tire Centers provides a range of snow, sport utility vehicle, farm, golf cart, and boat and trailer tires. The company also offers a variety of wheels. It provides a selection of batteries for passenger cars, trucks, buses, motor homes and all-terrain vehicles. Les Schwab Tire Centers provides front disc and rear drum brake services. The company additionally offers standard and thrust alignment solutions.
Hours
Regular Hours

Payment method
cash, debit, visa, all major credit cards, master card
Neighborhood
Mendenhall Valley
Categories
Tire Dealers, Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Accessories, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Battery Supplies, Brake Repair, Tires-Wholesale & Manufacturers, Truck Service & Repair, Wheels

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Jake O.

11/21/2016

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My experience with this location was terrible. 3 chances I gave them and they failed all 3. Couldn't even properly patch a tire. I will not be going there again

Sw S.

01/01/2016

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Very rude people. The owner must set a poor example. Les Schwab in other places has pretty good customer service. Why do they let these guys use their name?