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We try hard to offer the lowest delivered price on all the tires we carry. In fact, we have a dedicated department that shops the competition to make sure we are indeed the cheapest delivered price out there. We are human though and some prices fall through the cracks. If you've found one lower, we want to know! We will beat our competitions lowest delivered price (unit price + freight). We won't be undersold! Just keep in mind that most of our competitors don't show you the total price until you're in their shopping cart. For an accurate comparison, be sure to add their additional shipping charges to their base price.

There are two ways to contact us about our low price guarantee. The fastest way is by calling us at 1.888.459.4080 or your local Discount Tire/America's Tire store. All of our sales agents have the necessary on-line tools to look up the cheaper price and ensure you're getting the best possible deal. You can also submit the cheaper price on our websites at Discount Tire Direct.com or DiscountTire.com (SEE THE EXAMPLE BELOW). We will contact you within 1 business day (excluding Sunday) after you submit the lower price.


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You need to focus on your database. I just went there and it shows my 2009 Malibu having a 5x115 bolt pattern when it is actually 5x110. That could cause some serious complications for both sides when ordering a wheel and tire package from you!
 

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Thank you for the post.

Our database/fitment guide is correct and reflects the 5-110 bolt pattern for the 04 + Malibu. The issue is how our system/website reads bolt patterns.

The wheel you were looking at was a dual drill meaning it has 10 lug holes for bolt patterns 5-115 and 5-110. The reason the 5-115 was displayed was because this was the first bolt pattern in the description. If you look at the actual size description listed above the picture of the wheel you'll see the 5-110 pattern listed.

We are working to sort this out to clear up this confusion but rest assured that all the wheels we list under the Malibu are guraranteed to fit.
 

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Sorry, yes I went back to your website and checked it out. It is very confusing though because under the bolt pattern tab it just says "5-115." Is there no way to show both bolt pattern sizes on dual drilled wheels at the "bolt pattern" designation? At the least, one would think it would default to the bolt pattern of the vehicle one was inquiring on? :confused:
 

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Sorry, yes I went back to your website and checked it out. It is very confusing though because under the bolt pattern tab it just says "5-115." Is there no way to show both bolt pattern sizes on dual drilled wheels at the "bolt pattern" designation? At the least, one would think it would default to the bolt pattern of the vehicle one was inquiring on? :confused:
I agree, it's very confusing and the way everything ties together is the reason why it's currently doing this. A lot of back end stuff needs to be correct for this to be fixed.
 
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