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Rocky Mountain ATV

Post by WingAdmin » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:42 am



I've been buying my motorcycle tires from Rocky Mountain ATV for many years - basically because they have the best prices around. They have fast (free!) delivery, and the tires area always fresh. I once tried a different tire vendor online, and ended up receiving 2 1/2 year old tires, that I sent back.

Anyway, I just bought a new set of tires this week. I ordered them on Sunday, they arrived on Wednesday. Today (Friday), I got an email from them.

Apparently, the Avon Cobra front tire I just bought for my GL1500 for $141.88 just had a price reduction, down to $126.86. So they are crediting me the $15.02 difference.

Wow! Now that's how to keep your customers happy!



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Re: Rocky Mountain ATV

Post by DenverWinger » Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:16 am

Always good to hear a glowing vendor report... With the name Rocky Mountain ATV I was kinda hoping they were local and had a shop that could mount tires! That would have absolutely sealed the deal for me. But it turns out they are in Payson UT near the NV line, with a second warehouse in KY.

Looks like they have a good selection of OEM parts, too.....
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Re: Rocky Mountain ATV

Post by wilmo » Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:11 pm

Actually, Payson is in the central part of the state. My ATV friends buy all their stuff from them because of the shipping deals. For me, they're just far enough away that shipping is cheaper than me picking it up.

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Re: Rocky Mountain ATV

Post by AZgl1800 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 1:28 pm

makes you wonder how they can have all that stuff shipped out into the middle of "no where's ville desert" and still ship it out to us cheaper than anyone else....

maybe their rent is zero??
no warehouse payments, could make a huge difference.


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