FAQs

Frequent Questions
There are some questions we hear a lot. Questions about tires, fitting, service work. We’ve rounded up a lot of the most frequent questions and their answers — we’re hoping this can answer anything you need to know.
Eagle Tire carries winter, off-road, and all-season tires from most major retailers. We carry tires from Firestone, Good Year, Yokohama, Hankook, Michelin, BF Goodrich, Falken, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Toyo, and Dunlop in each location. We don't list our exact stock on the site, but we'll have the tires you need for your vehicle. 

Have a specific brand in mind? Give us a call, we will be more than happy to get you in a set at (406) 587-5415 for Bozeman tires or at (406) 443-5910 for tires in Helena, MT.
We don’t list our stock on the Eagle Tire website to prevent miscounts and to give you the best service possible. If you call us, you’ll get a real person. That means our stock count will be right 100% of the time.
Bring it on down. Our knowledgeable technicians and mechanics will inspect it. We offer free diagnostics when the work is performed at our shop!
Yes, we will!
It is the break monitoring sensor system. If it is on, we recommend bringing your vehicle to our shop for an inspection by our qualified technicians.
They monitor your tire air pressure, and the tire pressure warning light will turn on if it's too low. This helps you know when to add air and avoid a flat tire as it is not recommended to drive on a flat.
It is recommended to do a front end check at the least. Our trusted technicians will inspect the front end and check for wear on old tires to determine any front end issues. We will then offer our recommendations, which may include an alignment.
Every 5,000 miles to maintain even tread wear across all tires.
The average life of a tire is around 4 to 5 years regardless of use. When the components that form the tire structure begins to break down, there is a higher risk of failure.
We recommend this because if one tire is worn down more than another, it will rotate at a different speed and can cause damage to the AWD system and/or StabiliTrak.