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Cheapest place to get tires?

I'd like to get a set of 36x13.5 Superswamper Iroks or similar for my Bronco, and the cheapest price I have found so far is $168 at Tirepackage.com, does anybody know of anywhere I can get something similar/better for less?
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i am usaully summitracing.com and remeber summit will price match everything
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Cool, thanks Zach, I know they're a dependable company, so maybe I'll order from them when I find the best price.

Anyone know of any others?
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I always have found the best deals by going to local places and asking...
summit is abit overpriced on their tires but they pricematch and ship cheap.
so make sure you get them to pricematch someone.
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I like www.tirepackage.com also. They run some really nice deals. When i bought mine from there they had a buy 3 get 1 free special going on.
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I did a lot of research both online and locally before I bought my tires.

I found summitracing and tirepacking to be the best. Local shops couldn't match anything but I hear Costco or Bj's has great deals. For some reason, I didn't check them out. Must have forgot.
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Winks,
I would have said BJ's, but I don't think they'd order Swampers... They'll order anything BF Goodrich, or Goodyear though, and had the best price when I checked..

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4 wheel parts has the best prices for everything. eveyrthing is on sale right now.
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Negative. Tirepackage.com is still cheaper by about $30 per tire.
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I bought my BFGs from Discount Tire. They might have what you are looking for with prices slightly above the competitors, but I have nothing but praise for them. I opted for a warranty on my tires and I'm glad I did. I had a retaining clip puncture the one tire, resulting in two holes too near each other to patch, so I had to get another tire. Thanks to the warranty I purchased, it only cost $17 for a new tire. Beats $120 if I didn't have the warranty!
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I bought my BFGs from Discount Tire. They might have what you are looking for with prices slightly above the competitors, but I have nothing but praise for them. I opted for a warranty on my tires and I'm glad I did. I had a retaining clip puncture the one tire, resulting in two holes too near each other to patch, so I had to get another tire. Thanks to the warranty I purchased, it only cost $17 for a new tire. Beats $120 if I didn't have the warranty!

how much was the warranty?
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Its an old thread, I found myself a set of Dunlop Mud Rovers with 60-70% of their tread left. The guy took my tires off the stock rims, put on the new tires, mounted them and balanced them and threw out my old tires for $300. It was a deal I couldn't pass up.

Thanks for the info though.
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how much was the warranty?
I think for all four it was $50.
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