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Old 03-03-2007
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Has anyone ever used this place? http://www.tires-easy.com/start.html

Also, Im going for 33s and have 31s on now. My spare is still stock. Im a cheapskate and even though I know I should buy 5 tires, Im thinking of having the best of the 31s put on my spare wheel. Whats the general consensus of this idear?
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if you have a limited slip rear end, it will screw it up with the different size tire.......even if you dont have a L/S diff, you will put extreme strain on the suspension with 2 different size tires on the truck......and with a full size spare, you can take a day or so to get the other tire fixed.....i would recommend getting a full size spare, even if it is on a cheap steel wheel, you wont screw anything up with a smaller spare....
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Its a nice link for checking out tires.
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When I entered 35x14.50x15 it says I have entered a wrong tire dimension. I thought that was a pretty common size??
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that isn't really a common size.....a 35x12.50 is a common size......
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There are a bunch of trucks around here that run 14.50 and 12.50. I just want the wider stance.
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I found them for 16" rims on that sight, but got a wrong size for the 15s Loona
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personally i would use someplace like summit or tirerack. if this tire-easy or what ever is cheaper summit will price match just call them...
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Has anyone ever used this place? http://www.tires-easy.com/start.html

Also, Im going for 33s and have 31s on now. My spare is still stock. Im a cheapskate and even though I know I should buy 5 tires, Im thinking of having the best of the 31s put on my spare wheel. Whats the general consensus of this idear?
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