Merlin Ford|3750 Idylwyld Drive North, North West Industrial, Saskatoon

Tires & parts

The right tires are a big part of safe driving. At Merlin Ford Lincoln, 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!

Merlin Ford Lincoln’s
Tire Advantage

We love giving! That's why the Go Auto Tire Advantage gives you $400 worth of bonus repairs, warranties, and more for free!

We store tires! Leave your tires with us for the season and save space in your home or garage. We will clean and inspect your tires for wear and tear, and store them in a climate-controlled facility. Have your tires swapped when you drop them off or pick them up!

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When you buy and have us install four tires for FREE, you get:

  • 10% off your tire payment
  • 5% of your purchase price back on your Go Card
  • Tire warranty for two years!
  • Free lifetime flat repair
  • Don’t pay for 12 months

We're here to help you choose just the right tire

There are a lot of tires on the market. It can be confusing figuring out which is the right one for your driving style an budget. That's why we're here to help. We'll make sure you get the right tires for your vehicle, driving habits, and road conditions so that you're safe and comfortable on the road. 


All-season tires give decent traction across a range of driving and of weather conditions. The tread patterns give a good grip on wet roads, light snow, and slush. All-seasons are a good all-around option for solid performance.

Winter tires

Winter tires are essential in most parts of Canada, 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

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 Merlin Ford Lincoln 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!

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& wheels

Every driver wants to be safe on the road, and Merlin Ford Lincoln is here to help you make that happen. Our large selection of tires has plenty of tires in stock, including all-season, all-weather, truck, winter, performance, and economy tires. Our certified technicians will help you select just the right ones to keep you on the road whatever the weather.

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Tire services with
Merlin Ford Lincoln

Get a complete range of tire and wheel services here. If you need something and it's not on the menu, please call and ask! 

Need your tires stored, instead of taking up valuable space in your garage or home. We will clean your tires, inspect them for wear, and then keep them in a climate-controlled building. We can swap your tires for you on drop off or pick up!

Tire balancing & wheel alignment

Get a much better ride and improve the life of your tires with professional balancing and alignment.

Tire rotation

Make your tires last longer by rotating your  them 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.

Tire inflation

When your tires are correctly inflated they last longer, increase mileage, and improve handling.

Ford parts and warranty coverage

 Genuine Ford parts are the right ones for your vehicle

Your warranty for your Ford parts

Ford and Motorcraft parts come with a 24-month warranty. This will cover defects in workmanship or material, and there are no limitations on distance. Some parts may even qualify for an extended warranty period - such as engines and transmissions,

Ford's Protection Plan

When you choose Ford replacement parts have the added benefit of coverage under the Ford Protection Plan.  For as long as you remain the original buyer of the part for your vehicle, certain parts that wear out or rust through will be replaced free of charge.

Merlin Ford Lincoln FAQ

Who makes Ford parts?

Ford and Motorcraft make genuine Ford parts.

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?

At Merlin Ford Lincoln, 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?

Some Ford vehicles continue to be impacted by global supply chain issues. However, our team at Merlin Ford Lincoln do its best to get the correct part for your vehicle as quickly as possible.  

Will buying aftermaket parts void my Ford vehicle warranty?

No, if you buy and install aftermarket parts your warranty won't automatically be void. But if aftermarket parts don't work properly or break and then impact another part on your Ford, charges for those repairs will not be included in the warranty.

Be sure to check with us if you aren't clear on what is included in your warranty. 

Are aftermarket parts covered by my insurance?

Auto insurance and aftermarket part coverage will look at:  

  • Your policy and your provider
  • If the aftermarket part was added as a vehicle enhancement or if it replaced a genuine part.

Check with your insurance provider to see what is covered. And read up on your warranty, or ask us any questions!

What does it cost to replace a Ford part?

Well, that depends on the part, a small bolt or mud flap is inexpensive. There are thousands of parts in your ford and they are all different prices, based on complexity and size. 

For example, a parking brake left rear cable for an F-150 has a starting price of $85.74 and trailer brake controls will start at $305.24. (Correct at the time or writing).

How long does it take Ford to deliver parts and accessories?

At Merlin Ford Lincoln we have a large number of genuine parts and accessories for your Ford. Most of the time, you won't have to wait.

If you need a part that we need to order, it usually will ship in one or two business days. If there are any shipping delays, we will update you via the email address you used to place the order.

How much does it cost to replace a Ford tire?

Just like the cost of Ford parts, the cost of replacing a tire can vary depending on the size and quality of the tire. When you buy a tire, consider:

  • Your vehicle modal
  • Trim level and tire size
  • The tire type and brand you want.

How long do Ford factory tires last?

Tires will last around four to five years or around 80,000 km. But the life of a tire does depend on how you maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, and the way you drive.   

There are a few things you can do to help extend the life of your tires:

  • Maintain your tires by having the alignment checked and tires rotated on schedule
  • Excessive wear can be avoided if you take corners carefully, accelerate at normal speed, and break gently. caused by hard cornering, quick acceleration, and sudden braking
  • Look at your tires for damage and air pressure
  • Always have your tires checked for alignment and uneven wear.

How often should I replace my tires?

Check your tires regularly and look for uneven wear, low pressure, or the steering pulling in one direction. Usually, for drivers who do between 20,000 to 24,000 km per year, tires should do well for up to five years. 

Our brands

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