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Business Description

Largest selection of used and new tires in northern Arizona.  Retail tire store.  Eighteen wheeler tires. All sizes trailer tires.  ATV tires. Flat repairs. Service truck. Mechanic on duty full time.

Brakes, struts, shocks, alignments, belts, AC, transmission services, oil changes, front end work, tie rod ends, ball joints, pack wheel bearings.  Wheels.



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Fax: (928) 289-3150

Eagle, Falken, interstate
Payment method
all major credit cards, financing available

I-40 and Exit 253 north side of freeway.  Across the street from Dennys.  When exiting, turn left.  Second business on the south side of street. 

Large lot; easy in, easy out for 18 wheelers, or trucks with trailers.


O'Haco Tire & Auto

O'haco Big O Tire's

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Auto Repair & Service, Brake Repair, Tire Recap, Retread & Repair
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Specialties: Trucks, Trailers


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Ohaco Rocks!!!!

I pulled in w a possible transmission problem & they got me right in and fixed a minor problem and thoroughly checked everything and had me back on the road in no time! Very professional and kind!!!!


A very tragic and unnecessarily expensive comedy of errors. You will regret it if you do business with this establishment. I know I did.


I lost a wheel bearing near Wi...

O'Haco replace my wheel bearing and hub at 4:00 PM on Friday afternoon. The price was fair and honest. I know because I was in the auto repair business for 35 years.


Over Charged for Parts

I was on a trip from Los Angeles to Nebraska last week when my alternator started going out. I went to O'Haco tire to have the alternator replaced. They quoted me $60 for labor (which I thought was reasonable) but then they quoted me $240 for an alternator. I went over to Checker Auto Parts next door and bought a rebuilt alternator with a lifetime warrenty for $130. I saved a good $110. I think O'Haco's management should check into there pricing policies. It appears that they try to take advantage of people who are ignorant of the true cost of parts.

On a positive note, Kevin the guy who installed the alternator was great and very helpful. I left, giving him a tip.

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