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I was wondering where i can buy some Maxxis Tires ONLINE? ive searched and i cant really find a place where they sell them. Also which tires last longer, the Buckshots or BFG MT? Thanks
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brian sells em!
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brain buys his from ebay, the company that sells them is based here in jax with us. free shipping from that company too. Id say they will both about the same. He had a good bit of miles on his 33s, but just got his 35s, so it will be a long time before we find out the wear life on them.
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What size do you need man! I will get with the company and set something up for you on ebay man! PM me or reply on this thread and I will get back to you ASAP bro!
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Brian^^^ up there he is a good guy. and Buck shots last longer then BFG's do. alot longer. also buckshots are siped a little on the lugs and that should help in the rain where as BFG's arnt
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hey bri, how much for a set of 33x11.50 - 15 ?
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hey bri, how much for a set of 33x11.50 - 15 ?
33x11.5 is a 16" rim size you want a 33x12.5x15 dont worry tom they will fit. they run $500 to you door.
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How much for the 32x11.5x15? I'd like the 33's but I'm at stock height on stock wheels.
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hey bri, how much for a set of 33x11.50 - 15 ?
Maxxis doesn't carry that size in 15s, only 16s

They have 29*9.50(235*75R15 which is stock), 30*9.50, 31*10.50, 32*11.50, 33*12.50, 35*12.50
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How much for the 32x11.5x15? I'd like the 33's but I'm at stock height on stock wheels.
As of right now, they are out of that size for the moment..

As for the price for those tires, should be around 450-470 price range...Don't quote me on that, but I would say that is the range


I will get a hold of them and ask them about it, they prolly have it in stock and just haven't update the stock inventory as of yet..

Brian
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About how many miles do these tires get? If its decent I may go with those over ta ko's
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About how many miles do these tires get? If its decent I may go with those over ta ko's
Well, considering we have lights trucks compared to most trucks I see on them(full size), you should get around 50-55K depending on how well you keep them up!
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due i really need a price on a buckshot that won't rub on my ranger (which i just got a 3 in bl) when turning, and will fit on my stock 16 in rim. please help
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For $20 more per tire (or less for smaller sizes) you can have American made ProComps or Coopers or whatever. Why buy Asian junk?
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they arent asian junk.
whats up with this roll you have been on lately every fricken thread is the same damn thing...

why do you bash it?

oh and as for the question 33x12.5x15 will work or a 285/75/16
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Who cares where they are made???

They are good tires, and brian is trying to make a sale.....Sheesh lol
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Doesn't change the facts that you guys ignore. Hey, it's just one mans opinion. I happen to be right, but it's just an opinion...
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does buchshot make a 285/75/16? how much brian?
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o ya is a 285 the same as a 33 or just a touch smaller?
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If it makes it cheaper I will buy overseas with how much stuff is costing everyday I welcome the cheaper stuff.
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Then you should also welcome lower paying jobs, and a weaker economy. Because that's what's happening, like it or not. Long term loss of manufacturing makes you DEPENDENT on overseas sources, which do NOT have your best interests at heart.

As I said, most cheap overseas manufacturers pay very little, offer no benefits, and have no safety rules and as a result injuries and death are common -- no unemployment or workmans comp either.

Really who you want to buy from? Hmmm...no conscience at all. Hurts America? Don't care it's cheaper! Exploits others? Don't care it's cheaper!

Yes, this is the voice of young America these days (and too many of us old folks too) -- I'm so proud.
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Doesn't change the facts that you guys ignore. Hey, it's just one mans opinion. I happen to be right, but it's just an opinion...
oh the fact that they are junk? i didnt know that... they seem to work fine for me and alot of other people have said the same thing.

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o ya is a 285 the same as a 33 or just a touch smaller?
its a hair smaller.
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So ignore the junk, then -- though I doubt they have any superiority. They are a cheaply made foreign import that takes away from domestic manufacturers and gives your money to people who probably shouldn't have it. Better?
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Yes, this is the voice of young America these days (and too many of us old folks too) -- I'm so proud.
you should be your generation raised us.
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No, we let TELEVISION, big business, and Madison Ave. advertisers raise you. Had we actually spent time raising you, it would have been better, lol.

You've been suckled at the teat of rampant consumerism, and you've never quit nursing on it.
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