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$106 for BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A good deal?

a local shop has the tires for $106.50 each, for BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A KO, this a good deal?

btw thats the 245/70/16
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not bad at all i wish i was close i would come snag a set of them!!!!!

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seems pretty good!
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245/70' are a 29.5" tire. Are you sure that's the size you wanted? That is smaller than stock tires...255/70 or 245/75 is stock 16" size.
You can fit 265/75's easily, with maybe a t-bar adjustment
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why are you going so small? and yes its an ok deal but i wouldnt mount them personally. even with a 265x75x16 which needs 100% no adjustment to the front suspension your truck will ride and handle better with those tires and you honistly will hardly even see a MPG loss
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Ide go with 265's, thats the biggest you can go without touching the t bars, and it looks sick...
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Ya, it's a good price. I paid $105 for my stock size BFG's.
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OK now I understand heh. it looks like that shop doesnt have my tire in the "75" range =( but sears has em, for like $120 each.
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Its better to pay the extra couple bucks, than to regret....

Also they are workable on thier price....ask them for a discount or something and they will knock like 5% off.....

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seems fine to me
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