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12Sep2014

Cedar Springs Tire Repair

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If you’re located in the Cedar Springs area or nearby, JIS Tire service is only a 20 minute drive away, offering great pricing and service with a smile. We’re not just here for your car or truck needs, but farm, RV and semi truck service as well. We offer mobile service, so no matter where [...]

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04Sep2014

Replacing a flat tire – Cedar Springs Update

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Another monthly reminder on how to change your flat tire, If you’re sitting in Cedar Springs and you notice you have a flat tire, follow these easy steps to get you back on the road: 1) Make sure you’re sitting on a flat surface, your car is in park with the emergency break on, and [...]

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02Sep2014

Lakeview Tire Repair Services

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Sometimes when you’re at the local grocery store, you may see the glimmer of glass in the parking space that you just pulled out of. Not knowing if you’ve caused any damage to your tires, you may want to step out and give a quick look. Checking your tires regularly, not only the pressure, but [...]

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27Aug2014

Howard City Tire Repair

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JIS tire service is located in Howard City, Quick service with reasonable prices for all your tire needs, but other than a flat tire on your car, what else could you need with a tire service? If you own farm equipment, such as a tractor, and you experience a flat or a blow out while [...]

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09Aug2014

Big Rapids Tire Service

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Sometimes when you’re out and about, you never know what can happen. Nails, pot holes, and glass can lead to some pretty serious issues with your tires, and finding the right place to get your tires fixed can sometimes be difficult as well.   Luckily, JIS Tire service is within the spare tire range from [...]

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06Aug2014

How to change a flat tire – Pierson Michigan Update

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Sometimes we forget what we’re doing and resort to the internet for answers, this happens with almost every type of situation, including flat tires. What happens when you’re broke down after rolling over that pile of glass at the gas station in Pierson? Well, here’s a quick guide to changing your flat tire. 1) Make [...]

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09Jul2014

Mobile Service for Farm-Highway

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JIS Tire provides Mobile Service for Farm-Highway with dependable roadside and on the farm services for the Howard City and West Michigan area.  We know that feeling you get when your vehicle breaks down and you are along side the road.  Or you are in the middle of harvesting and everything stops due to a tire issue.  This [...]

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05Jul2014

Changing a Flat Tire – Sand Lake Update

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Each month we’d like to remind our users of exactly how to change a flat tire, one of the most important things to know while driving. How to safely remove and replace your flat tire can be crucial if you’re stranded with no one to call. Here’s a reminder on exactly what to do to [...]

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26Jun2013

The Right Tire

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At J.I.S. Tire we have seen it over and over.  People go into a bargain tire store and look for cheapest price… then complain when the tire does not last. Choosing a vehicle tire depends so much on where you live, weather and terrain issues, what performance expectations you have, and what your vehicle requires. [...]

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26Jun2013

Understanding the Basics

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Simply put, a tire is a flexible container of compressed air. This air container support the vehicle’s load; propels a vehicle forward, backward and side-to-side; stops the vehicle; and cushions the load from road imperfections. Today’s tires have between 19 and 25 different components. Tires are built from the inside out rather than the outside in. [...]

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