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Price On BFG's...

Ok, this past saturday i went into a local tire shop and asked for an estimate on a 31x10.50x15 bfg a/t tire.. He said for one tire, its going to cost you about 150.. does that seem a little high ?? Please if anyone thinks thats high then tell me i dont want to get ripped off.. Also, i rather buy my tires at a shop not online..online can be to risky anyways. Thanks again
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Yes that is high. All my local shops couldn't beat online prices.

try Summitracing.com or tirepackage.com
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150-175 in my area, thats why i didnt get them
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is that installed? if it is thats a good price...

buying online as long as you use a credit card is just as safe as going to a store...
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hey Buzzair, yeah i thought so too.. By the way, your truck is looking NICE with the tires on man. But ya either way i also have an option to get some other tires as well (Radial Wild Country TXR's) all for 475.. look agressive too for an A/T tire.. anyways if anyone has ran these tires tell me what you think. I dont want to end up like the old saying "You get what you paid for".. Thanks again.
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4x2XLT, no its 150 per tire, and it will cost me around 600-650 range which is just to much. Im trying to get the tires on within school starting..Also im buying rims so im trying to make it cheap as possible. Btw, i think they will charge me around 65-70 bucks to have everything done..
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THAT IS EXTREMELY high....my local shop priced 35x12.5x15 to me for that price installed.........i got my 35's for $139 a piece online.........i would say contact summit racing for prices....

Summit Racing has them for $121.95 a tire plus $11 shipping.............
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4 Wheel Parts has them for $124.99 a tire......plus who knows how much shipping.....
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i would say that any GOOD local tire shop will match the price of Summit Racing......
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Costco is the cheapest around from what I see, that is where I work :D

I just bought mine recently during our last $60 off coupon, but haven't installed them yet. Currently the price would be $126.99 and that would include lifetime rotation, balancing, flat repair, installation, and road hazare warranty.

Let me know if you have any questions
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Well, I got some (cheaper) tires than the BFGs, which were the ones I wanted, and now I regret it, cause these tires suck!!!! The next tire I get will be a 285/75-16 Goodyear Wrangler Silent Armor, which is also an All Terrain tire, but it's more for street than offroad.
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Need I say more? I had an EXTREMELY pleasant experience with these guys. The price was unbeatable! I got my BFG's (32x11.50x15) and Mickey Thompson Classic II's (15x8) mounted, balanced and shipped with a lifetime no questions ask repair warranty (includes replacement for non-repairable damages and FREE flat repair, just send them the bill!) all for $914.00! They were shipped through a freight company (eighteen wheeler), delivered them right to my garage door beside my truck strapped on a pallet, all this in 4 business days!!!
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Need I say more? I had an EXTREMELY pleasant experience with these guys. The price was unbeatable! I got my BFG's (32x11.50x15) and Mickey Thompson Classic II's (15x8) mounted, balanced and shipped with a lifetime no questions ask repair warranty (includes replacement for non-repairable damages and FREE flat repair, just send them the bill!) all for $914.00! They were shipped through a freight company (eighteen wheeler), delivered them right to my garage door beside my truck strapped on a pallet, all this in 4 business days!!!
still like summitracing much better i get all my parts tires rims anything you can think of in 12-24 hours of order.... for the normal shipping rate not next day...and they mount and balance for free...btw...oh and match ANYONE's price...
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I Got The Nitto's Terra Grapler For 130 Each Already Installed And Balanced
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Summit wouldn't match tirepackage.com's prices... I guess it's all in who you talk to over at Summit though. I don't see how Summit could ship out a set of mounted and balanced wheels in 12 hours though, that's awesome!
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Costco is the cheapest around from what I see, that is where I work :D

I just bought mine recently during our last $60 off coupon, but haven't installed them yet. Currently the price would be $126.99 and that would include lifetime rotation, balancing, flat repair, installation, and road hazare warranty.

Let me know if you have any questions
Ditto...
I didn't have the cupon though. But still, $127 a piece (for 31" x 10.5" r15 BFG a/t's) mounted and balanced with all the other goods... awesome deal. Got mine done there and I was in and out in no time.

I <3 Costco
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Anyone from Canada who has ordered tires/rims online at summit or somewhere else? I would loive to do that but I'm worried about the customs bull**** at the border. I just got a ATV transmission off of ebay from MS, it got to my house and they charged me 104 dollars Canadian for broker fees and taxes.
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i paid about 130 each installed for mine 2 years ago from tire kingdom
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Anyone from Canada who has ordered tires/rims online at summit or somewhere else? I would loive to do that but I'm worried about the customs bull**** at the border. I just got a ATV transmission off of ebay from MS, it got to my house and they charged me 104 dollars Canadian for broker fees and taxes.
Ebay and Amazon both tend to do that. You don't get the border fees up front til they C.O.D your *** when you get the package.

Summit won't do that, but your best bet is to call them and get a shipping quote. I know they do ship up there I just don't know how much more they might charge.
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Ok thanks Buzzair. Ya I heard its really only for airmail they charge so much, and UPS is pretty bad for that. I heard Fed-ex is a little better. I'll call summit and see what they say. Anyone else heard about problems shipping to canada?
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