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I agree get the 32's 31's are small

Does anyone else think the title of this thread is funny
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I can get these for 499 shipped.

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....e1=yes&place=2

If you can't get to the page they are Yoko Geolanders AT+II
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COUGH.....32x11.5x15 buckshot mudders....COUGH...
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I have the Yokahama Geolandar's hers pics, i think they are nice tires and get very good tread ware and no squealing, good handling and they have some good tread.




never had any probs and they really quiet and good ride.
Just my opinion!
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^^ might be nice tire but look to street for my likeing....
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ya they are a streety looking tire but i dont do any mudding only winter fun for my truck but if u like the knoby looking ones better get the bfs or the duler revos, these came with truck but i do like i want bigger tho just no $$
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ya they are a streety looking tire but i dont do any mudding only winter fun for my truck but if u like the knoby looking ones better get the bfs or the duler revos, these came with truck but i do like i want bigger tho just no $$
gotcha. and revo's look like they should be one civics...
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well I found them shipped to my house from discounttiredirect.com for 486. I still need the S/n for the Brian guy so i can see how much the buckshots will cost me...
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well I found them shipped to my house from discounttiredirect.com for 486. I still need the S/n for the Brian guy so i can see how much the buckshots will cost me...
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i never ran revos but i do like the look best with the bfs everyone around here has them they all like them, nothing bad
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i never ran revos but i do like the look best with the bfs everyone around here has them they all like them, nothing bad
dont you ever think there is a reason why everyone has them.....wait till you own a set in the snow...it sold me for life on my daily driver.. i get through things in the snow my 2wd should never be able to go...and that alone proves to my why i bought them. Revo's also wear faster then BFG's just ask Zabeard he has a set and for the millege on them and whats left is horrible. bill(04lvl2) had just about if not more miles on his BFG's then zach and had atleast double the tread on them...
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Well, I decided that if I saved up I could buy what I want...

BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM 33x11.50R15

Store Price(4) Shipping Total
Tire Rack.com $596 $91.72 $687.72
Summit Racing.com $615.80 $48.95 $664.75
NTW Online.com $619 $50 $669.00
4 Wheel Parts.com $653 $69.32 $723.38
Tire Savings.com $584 $106.28 $690.28
Tire Package.com $603.96 $42.28 $646.24

I'm gonna check around different shops today and checkou their prices.
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sorry that looks like crap... Tirepackage.com has the best price.
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procomp still has that buy 3 get one free sale till the end of the month ;-)
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I don't really like the look of the procomp treads and that thing that griggs posted the other day isn't kosher, so I'll def be going with the BFGs. I was going around town today getting prices and everybody's eyes got big when I said 33x1050 or BFG they are pretty much impossible to get here. I went to a dealer and they said they were backordered. Then he offered me some 33x1250 buckshots. Then I told him to roll it up real tight and.... Nonetheless I'll be buying a set this summer. I won't have to pay tuition until next august after this semester.
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i read the post topic and thought this thread was about condoms haha
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bought a set of cooper stt's today...MY GOD I LOVE THEM....John and Christian were tooting there horn....well toot toot
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The ET should be around Feb or March for the tires, unless it's really slow at work.
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