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Southern Ohio Tire Store Applying For Guinness World Record

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A Tire Discounters store in Wooster Pike, Ohio, stacked tires 19.95 feet high, unofficially breaking the Guinness World Record for tire stacking.
The attempt to break the record occurred while the company celebrated a re-opening of its first store. An independent surveying company was brought in to measure in order to meet the criteria for the record. A forklift and bucket truck raised the tires to the top of the stack when it grew too high. Tire Discounters is in the process of applying with Guiness to achieve the world record.
The current record is 19.77 feet, set on Sept. 6, 2009, in Wiesental, Germany.
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