Tires & parts
The right tires are a big part of safe driving. At Peace River Ford, we stock a huge range of tires and can special order anything that's not in stock. We use only genuine Ford parts and have plenty here on supply, or can order what you need!
Peace River Ford’s
Get $400 worth of bonus repairs, warranties, and more for free with the Go Auto Tire Advantage - our signature tire program.
We store tires! Save space in your home or garage by storing your tires with us. We will clean and inspect them for wear and tear, and keep them in a climate-controlled facility. Our technicians will swap your tires for you when you drop them off or pick them up!
Buy and have us install four tires, and for FREE, you get:
- 10% off your tire payment
- 5% of your purchase price back on your Go Card
- Two-year tire warranty
- Free lifetime flat repair
- Don’t pay for 12 months
Getting the right Ford tire for the season ahead
If you're feeling overwhelmed by the number of tire options available, don't worry - we've got you covered! Selecting the right tires for your vehicle, driving habits, and road conditions is crucial for ensuring your safety on the road.
All-seasons - for year-round driving
All-season tires are designed to provide decent traction in a wide range of weather conditions. They offer good performance on dry roads, and their tread patterns are designed to provide adequate grip on wet roads, light snow, and slush.
In Alberta, temperatures frequently drop below 7°C, making it crucial to switch to winter tires. These specialized tires feature a unique tread pattern and remain pliable even at temperatures as low as -40°C, providing superior traction on icy, snowy, and slushy roads.
Performance tires, also known as summer tires, are designed to deliver superior handling and cornering capabilities at high speeds in dry and wet warm weather. They are not ideal for use in cold weather or snowy conditions as they lack the necessary grip and traction.
The tire-match promise from Ford
Now that you know which tires are best suited for you, how do you select which brand to go with? Our experts at Peace River Ford will walk you through our vast selection of tires and you can feel confident in your purchase knowing that it will be backed by Ford’s Tire Price Match Promise. This means that if you find the same tires advertised for a lower price from one of our competitors, we’ll match it and refund the difference!
Safe and comfortable driving begins with the right tires for your driving conditions. At Peace River Ford, we have a huge selection of tires, including all-season, all-weather, truck, winter, performance, and economy tires. Our certified technicians know just the right ones to keep you hugging the road.
Use the section below to select tires and then submit your order to us with the email form accompanying your order, or call us at 780-624-3450.
Tire services with
Peace River Ford
We give customers a full range of tire services. If there's something you need and you can't see it on the menu, just call and ask!
We store tires, too! Your tires will be cleaned, inspected for wear and tear, and stored in a climate-controlled facility. We will even swap your tires for you on drop off or pick up!
Tire balancing & wheel alignment
Improve the quality and longevity of your tires with proper balancing and alignment.
Prolong the life of your tires by rotating your set every 10,000 km.
Tire repair & replacement
We can repair the vast majority of cuts, nails, holes, and flats. If we can't, we can replace them.
Properly inflated tires last longer, increase mileage, and improve handling.
Ford parts and warranty coverage
Your Ford parts warranty
Every Ford and Motorcraft replacement part comes with a 24-month warranty that covers any defects in material or workmanship, with no limitations on distance. Some parts, such as engines and transmissions, may even qualify for an extended warranty period.
Ford's Protection Plan
By opting for specific Ford replacement parts, you'll have the added benefit of coverage under the Ford Protection Plan. As long as you're the original purchaser of the part for your vehicle, select parts that wear out or rust through will be replaced free of charge.
Peace River Ford FAQ
Who makes Ford parts?
Genuine Ford parts are made by Ford and Motorcraft.
What is the difference between genuine Ford parts and aftermarket parts?
Ford Parts only makes Ford genuine parts that are exact replicas of the ones that come with your new Ford vehicle. Motorcraft also makes Ford genuine parts, as well as aftermarket parts. This means that their parts have a wider selection available.
Is there a Ford parts shortage currently?
For almost all parts, there isn't a shortage. At Peace River Ford, we carry both Ford Genuine Parts and Motorcraft parts and are here to help you select which is best for your vehicle. We’ll also want to make sure that whichever part you select will be covered under your warranty.
Is there a global supply chain issue?
There are global supply chain issues still impacting the auto industry and some Ford vehicles continue to be impacted by the shortages. Our team at Peace River Ford is here to help find the right parts for your Ford and get you back on the road as quickly as possible. Contact our team today to discuss your parts needs!
Will buying aftermaket parts void my Ford vehicle warranty?
Buying and installing aftermarket parts doesn’t mean that your New Vehicle Limited Warranty will automatically become void. However, if these aftermarket products malfunction or adversely impact another part of your Ford vehicle, the cost of those repairs would not be covered by your warranty.
Understanding the rules of your warranty is important to ensure you can comply with them and not unknowingly void your warranty.
Are aftermarket parts covered by my insurance?
Aftermarket parts coverage through your auto insurance will vary based on a few factors:
- Your auto insurance provider
- The policy you have in place
- If the aftermarket parts were used to replace an OEM part or added as a vehicle enhancement.
If the aftermarket part purchased was to replace an OEM part, it’s recommended to check with your insurance provider if it will be covered. It’s also important to check the rules of your New Vehicle Limited Warranty regarding the replacement of that part.
What does it cost to replace a Ford part?
Your Ford comes with thousands of parts and they vary greatly in size and function, which means they vary in price. The price depends on what you need to replace. Your Ford model will also impact the cost, as well as the labour charges to replace it.
For example, for a 2022 F150, a parking brake left rear cable will have a starting cost of $85.74 and trailer brake controls will start at $305.24.
How long does it take Ford to deliver parts and accessories?
Our parts and service centre at Peace River Ford carries a large assortment of Ford genuine parts and accessories so you don’t have to worry about a wait!
If something needs to be ordered directly from Ford, as long as that part is in stock, it will typically ship in one to two business days. If there are any shipping delays for the part you’ve ordered, we will update you via the email address you used to place the order.
How much does it cost to replace a Ford tire?
The cost of replacing a Ford tire will vary based on a few things:
- The Ford model
- Which trim level your Ford is and the corresponding tire size
- The tire brand you select
- Which tire type you currently have (ie. all-season, performance, or winter).
How long do Ford factory tires last?
Your Ford tire longevity will depend on your driving style, driving conditions, and your vehicle maintenance. Typically, your tires will last around four to five years or up to 80,000 km.
There are a few things you can do to help extend the life of your tires:
- Avoid excessive wear caused by hard cornering, quick acceleration, and sudden braking
- Regularly check your tires for damage and air pressure
- Keep up with tire maintenance and have your alignment checked and tires rotated.
How often should I replace my tires?
In general, if you drive between 20,000 to 24,000 km per year, your tires will last between three to five years. The life of your tires will depend on the following:
- How many kilometers do you drive in a year
- How well do you follow your regular vehicle maintenance
- Your driving style and habits
- The driving conditions.