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21800 Towncenter Plz Ste 277
Sterling, VA
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Christmas Eve: 8:00-4:00pm
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Your Nearest Store:

21800 Towncenter Plz Ste 277
Sterling, VA
571.612.2127

firestone storefront
Most stores are open nights and weekends

Store Hours:
MON-FRI: 7:00-7:00pm
SAT: 7:00-6:00pm
SUN: 8:00-5:00pm
Christmas Eve: 8:00-4:00pm
Christmas: Closed
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FIRESTONE COMPLETE AUTO CARE HAS PUT TIRES ON MORE CARS THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY.

22 Inch Tires

Find the right 22 inch tire when you shop Firestone Complete Auto Care's best-in-class selection. From dependable winter tires to high-performance summer tires, versatile all-season tires, and even ones that help maintain your car's fuel efficiency, you'll find 22 inch tires that you can trust to fit your car, and your budget, at a nearby Firestone Complete Auto Care location. All 22 inch tires are sorted by tire width, height, and diameter. Click the correct size for your vehicle below to get an instant online quote! To find your vehicle's tire width (or cross section), check the vehicle's tire information placard on the inside of the driver's side door. You can also find its width by checking the sidewalls of your current tires. There, you'll see a series of numbers and symbols similar to: P215/60 R17. The width of your tires will be the first number in the series and it is measured in millimeters (mm). In this example, the tire's width would be 215. To find your vehicle's tire height (or aspect ratio), check the placard on the inside of your driver's side door or check the sidewalls of your current set of tires. There, you'll see a series of numbers and symbols similar to: P215/60 R17. The number directly after the / refers to the height of your tires. In this example, the height of the tires would be 60.

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