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Goodyear Wrangler Territories, Canadin Tire Exclusive (i think)

Was just looking at these tires at Canadin Tire, they are supposedly only sold at Canadian Tire, and are not even on the Goodyear Website. They look pretty agressive and are also winter snowflake rated. My top choice untill now was the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac but with these on sale I will save a few hundred bucks and they look very comparable. I like the sidewall on the Duratracs more but the tread seems to be in the same range as the Durtracs. What do you guys think???
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Sale ended today, back up to $195 each for the 31x10.5x15's

I called the local CT to inquire about them and they only had 3 in stock.....LOL

4 of them bal/inst was $710CAN
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I got them after and am happy with them!
You should be able to get a raincheque for the sale price when they do get them in!
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I just got 4 BFG All Terrains 31x10.5x15 for $820 Installed and ballanced with Tax.

Getting them put on wednesday.
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i got a set of goodyear duratrac's for 830 installed for 285-75-16s
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I'm really pissed I missed this sale... My tires could use a replacing and this would have been great. But knowing Canadian Tire I'm sure they'll be on sale again next month haha.

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Canada prices just suck.
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I just got 4 BFG All Terrains 31x10.5x15 for $820 Installed and ballanced with Tax.

Getting them put on wednesday.
where did you get this price?
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Canada prices just suck.
that they do, thats why im going to the states for my next tires. 5 35x12.5x15 BFG KM2s for $935 :) sure beats some 31x10.5 terretories for 710!
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where did you get this price?

He said he got them installed at a tire shop on 109st, just South of Jasper ave. I know the shop he is talking about but can't remember the name. I was at Canadian Tire yesterday and they have the territories on sale again this week, same deal buy one get one 1/2 off.
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that they do, thats why im going to the states for my next tires. 5 35x12.5x15 BFG KM2s for $935 :) sure beats some 31x10.5 terretories for 710!
Damn... 5 for that price... And here I am about to go out and pick some up in the next few days... I think I'll have to make a trip down to visit my sister in Windsor and cross the bridge for some tires.

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yeah no ****, for 1 35x12.5 in canada its half of that haha its like 437.99 a tire? or at least last time i checked, maybe a bit less now, but still insanely high
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yeah no ****, for 1 35x12.5 in canada its half of that haha its like 437.99 a tire? or at least last time i checked, maybe a bit less now, but still insanely high
Damn, thats rough... I'm really debating visiting my sister for a weekend and going into detroit and picking up some tires haha.

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that they do, thats why im going to the states for my next tires. 5 35x12.5x15 BFG KM2s for $935 :) sure beats some 31x10.5 terretories for 710!
You going to pay in US funds? You break out the debit card of credit card on that, and you'll be paying the exchange rate at the time. So $935 won't be your end bill. Does that price also include balance and installation? Sure hope it does, you won't get to far with 5 new tires sitting in your box trying to go through customs.....LOL

If you do get them installed, make sure to wipe ALL the blue from from white lettering, even if it's facing in. Maybe do a little trail riding too.

Pretty obvious when a dirty truck with dirty rims trys to cross back with prestige black new tires on it.........not to mention those little hairs give it away.

Not trying to rain on your parade, but good luck with only paying $935 for those.
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im well aware that after exchange and $25 mounting per tire its gonig to be more, but still its better then the $2,400 they will cost me here
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they are great i got a set of 235/85/16 on my 08 they rub a bit at full lock but they are sticky on the trail and in the rain just waiting for snow cost me like 640 and change i think
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im well aware that after exchange and $25 mounting per tire its gonig to be more, but still its better then the $2,400 they will cost me here
It will still be worth it for sure! I did not realize how much cheaper they were in the states! But it's like a 6 hour drive to the border for me so it would hardly be worth it!
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You can buy your tires in Detroit then go back across the border. When I worked at my local pet store there was a couple who came from Canada all the time and did their shopping.
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Yea, seeing as how I'm about 2.5 hours from the boarder, in Windsor I'll have to visit my sister for a bit and make a trip down! It gives me an excuse to see my sister and get some cheap tires while I'm at it!

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I just got a rain check for these. Looks like a good deal.
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I got 4 of the last 6 in Ottawa today. Only CT store that had any was the new HUGE one on Carling Ave. Everywhere else was sold out and I think 1 other place somewhere only had 2. Rain checks were offered at my local one, but I can't wait until the 19th to "maybe have tires". I putting on my new MOOG ball joints, control arms, and camber/caster kit this week, so I need new tires for the alignment this Friday.

I love the look of these, SOOOO BEEFY!!! I bet these will hum like a m***** f***** on the highway!!!!
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I got 4 of the last 6 in Ottawa today. Only CT store that had any was the new HUGE one on Carling Ave. Everywhere else was sold out and I think 1 other place somewhere only had 2. Rain checks were offered at my local one, but I can't wait until the 19th to "maybe have tires". I putting on my new MOOG ball joints, control arms, and camber/caster kit this week, so I need new tires for the alignment this Friday.

I love the look of these, SOOOO BEEFY!!! I bet these will hum like a m***** f***** on the highway!!!!
oh they hum!! but not like I can hear it over the exhaust and stereo!
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Has anyone got pics of these tires on their truck? I've got a raincheck for some 265/75/16s but they've been on back-order for weeks.
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Has anyone got pics of these tires on their truck? I've got a raincheck for some 265/75/16s but they've been on back-order for weeks.
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