Originally Posted by AmishFury
i'm pretty sure it's just wal-mart.... it's an insurance thing and you can get around it by just bringing in your rims (though this can be tricky if you only have one vehicle)
pretty much any other place will put bigger tires on (though you may run into some common sense limits on tire size... like if you try to get them to put 35s on a stock ZJ)
I worked at a Wal-Mart TLE and it is an insurance thing. Wal-Marts are really inconstant though. My Wal-Mart sounds a lot like yours in what we would do and not do but not all Wal-Marts are the same. Some won't do carry ins. Some won't do anything but stock sizes no matter what the vehicle has on it. Some will only due non-stock sizes unless the vehicle has a lift kit. We had a guy transfer to our store and he could not believe we would put Goodyear Wrangler 2's on Dodge Durangos. Stock size tires but they are only rated to 35psi and Dodge Recomends 41psi in the rear tires.
Wal-Marts are like a box of chocolates...
Most other places will do what ever you want, within reason. Probably not gonna put 35's on your Civic.