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Prices on BF Mud

im lookin at buyin some 265 75 16s...soon...and im price searchin now..im checkin around town but not gettin prices i like..i can get them cheaper online and plus shipping is what i could get them in Charleston..

the cheapest i found online was 157 and 88 bucks to ship...i was just wonderin if anybody knew of any other cheap tires places online or local that i could check to see if i got one around town...


BTW- BF goodrich mud terrians 265/75/16
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16 inch wheels suck don't they......I went through the same thing.
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why bfg? its mostly the name your paying for. they have subcompanies they sell very similar tires through, with the asme compounds, but for cheaper prices. just a thought.

also cant go wrong with a buckshot either.
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but can i get hte same mileage out of these knock off brands or buckshot?
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dude....16's suck get some 15x8 wheels and some buckshots. most likely the buckshots will last longer then the BFG's the BFG's wear REALLY fast. you can get 33x12.5x15 buckshots from brian for $500 to your door. then get a body lift and it will look good
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a 285/75/16 buckshot is only 520 to your door(pretty sure) then spend that extra 200 you were gonna spend on BFGs for the body lift.

BFGs are sweet dont get me wrong but too much for me
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I buy all my tires (including my 7 new 33x10.5s) from BJs Wholesale. Not sure if you have them down there, but the discount, "bulk" stores usually have the best prices, even better than online when you take into acount shipping. MHO

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ive got kumo mt's on mine 86 bux a piece they wear nice and even arent too lout and grip quite well off road check them out on tirerack.com
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why bfg? its mostly the name your paying for. they have subcompanies they sell very similar tires through, with the asme compounds, but for cheaper prices. just a thought.

also cant go wrong with a buckshot either.


your also payin for a proven compound and three ply sidewalls and a very well trusted reputation...


Personally I would go with a good year MT/R over all these tires...
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GIL. buy me a set of MT/R and ill run them

id prolly buy them too, but maybe next time
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GIL. buy me a set of MT/R and ill run them

id prolly buy them too, but maybe next time


when I hit powerball ill buy you some MT/Rs and an SAS
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sweet. cant wait.
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ditto gil when i win the lotto I will get MT/r but hell no on the price
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ditto gil when i win the lotto I will get MT/r but hell no on the price


iget them at cost
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loser..
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Evan you win the award for the most "prospecting to buy these certain tires will they fit/last long enough and still haven't bought a damn thing" posts!

BUY SOME FAWKIN TIRES AND STOP ASKING QUESTIONS!

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I think its time to make up your mind man
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Evan you win the award for the most "prospecting to buy these certain tires will they fit/last long enough and still haven't bought a damn thing" posts!

BUY SOME FAWKIN TIRES AND STOP ASKING QUESTIONS!

lol
AWSOME..what do i win..how bout a set of tires..lol

i was gunna get some 265 75 16s run off stock wheels..then the time that those go..get 15x10s, 33x12.50s and a body lift..

but that package that Brain sets together like Zach got doesnt sound bad i just gotta get some wheels and a body lift...

i really dont have all the money to get wheels, lift and tires..thats why i was gunna stick to 32s with stock wheels..for a while
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Buy 33's and run them until you can buy a body lift, LOTS of people have run 33's with no lift just a torsion crank.

C'mon Do it, Do it.
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Buy 33's and run them until you can buy a body lift, LOTS of people have run 33's with no lift just a torsion crank.

C'mon Do it, Do it.
LOL peer pressure sucks but Do IT. It will look good.
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just stuff some 33"s in those wheel wells....
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I JUST bought some 33 12.50 Buckshots...500 bucks dude, cmon u cant beat that! Too bad they will be sittin in my room till i get my lift...:(
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