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Looking for a good price on new 35's...

Looking to get some decent 35' all terrains or muds at a decent price.

Anybody know of any good sites besides tirerack.com? They are running approx. $150/tire for new ones on that site...

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youre going to get the absolute best bang for your buck on slightly used tires. I can find tons locally with rims for 500-600 range and 10%ish wear. best of all, no taxes or hidden fees.
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For sure, just thought I would go brand new since I got this bush money :P Treat myself yanno.

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why spend more if you can get it for less
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Agreed.

Used tires tend to come with nails or patches :(
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not if the ad says, "no patches or plugs"
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Found some nice used ones for cheap =)

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your welcome
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i am a manager for goodyear give me a call if you want 909 731 0458 i will see what i can do
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I bought my like 90% tread 35x12.5 Goodyear MT/R's for $450! If you want new, those Buckshots are pretty cheap. And those Dynapro MT's.
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If you want new, those Buckshots are pretty cheap. And those Dynapro MT's.
and they suck as well.
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yea...yea i know that.
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I got a set of Brand New Kelly Muds 35x12.5x15 with wheels for $650.

I don't need the set of wheels so I'm going to sell them for $200 and just keep the tires. So I paid $450 for my set and they are beefy as hell.

Anybody know how good the tread wear is on Kelly Muds?
I'll post some pics shortly.
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So this is what I came up on. Got a set of Safari DTR's for $650 w/ wheels.
Brand new.



What do you guys think?
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nah, u need some timberlines

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nah, u need some timberlines



I tried buying yours.... =P

but 35s > 33s. Mobb sesh time.
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nah, u need some timberlines



BOO bfg mt!
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Here's the exact pics of what I got:


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those look nice, when i buy new tires again (40k or so) im gonna go with the tride and true bfgs

i know man! i got no job! lol
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