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question for the canadian crowd

Heys guys Ive been looking at a set ofmotomaster M+S tires that are on sale down at canadian tire. I'm wonderingif anyone is running these on a ranger I'll be putting some 31 X 10.5 x 15s on.

The nearset I can tell they are a hankook tire as their logo is on the side. I'm thingking of dynapro fr8 or maybe fr10. any info would be great as always pics would be better.
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you do not want to purchase those tires jd
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Cheap tires, you get what you pay for.
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BFG A/T, Cooper Discoverer STT, Goodyear Wrangler MTR...all good choices.

Crappy Tire brand is well...a Crappy Tire.
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Meh it's a tire. It comes with a warranty. I had some motomaster tires on an old car of mine back in the day. They did fine. Never had a problem. I'd do it. I believe they are on sale this week as well so try em' out.

You'll get alot of negative response on here because everybody worships BFG on this site.
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true enough about that, bfg is king here. Ive had the motomaster rough riders on my last truck and they were an ok tire. I still debating as ve got a few people telling me they can get me deals on different tires.
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Meh it's a tire. It comes with a warranty. I had some motomaster tires on an old car of mine back in the day. They did fine. Never had a problem. I'd do it. I believe they are on sale this week as well so try em' out.

You'll get alot of negative response on here because everybody worships BFG on this site.
i dont worship bfg, i worship goodyear mtr's!
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i dont worship bfg, i worship goodyear mtr's!
Haha Thank god. I am most likely picking up some 32" MTR's within the next couple weeks. Watch out for pics when I do.
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Also Canadian Tire WILL NOT put on a tire size that is different from your door sticker. Don't bother asking....... I tried
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Also Canadian Tire WILL NOT put on a tire size that is different from your door sticker. Don't bother asking....... I tried
Really? I got my 265's from 2 different shops, there was no problem at all. Who did you go to?
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i swear im the only ranger on here running 32' Toyo Open County M/T's....lol
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ha door sticker...that funny cause i work at canadian tire and i think thats the dumbest rule we have. my manager even has the wrong size tire on his grandprix. i think we should put on whatever you want. anyway i am running roughriders m+s and they are great in the snow 100 times better the the factory wranglers i had last year....
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Ive found a good deal on getting some bfg at 31 x 10.5 x 15 installed and balanced for the little difference im gonna go with the bfgs. Just have to wait till the end of the month now. Ive got a buddy who has a tireshop he used to be affilated with tirecraft but they went under so he carrying all sort of stuff now. I'm looking at 190 / tire. Any manitoba members PM me if you want info on my buddies shop.
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Really? I got my 265's from 2 different shops, there was no problem at all. Who did you go to?
I tried in Mission, Maple Ridge, and Coquitlam. I wanted 265/75 they all refused and would only put on 255/70(stock) as that is what the computer listed for my truck.
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Wow I went to Cal-tire and they said they'd put any size on i wanted, Good year would too. In Lac La Biche and Edmonton
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Wow I went to Cal-tire and they said they'd put any size on i wanted, Good year would too. In Lac La Biche and Edmonton
We're talking Canadian Tire brand tires getting mounted @ Canadian tire. They won't do it.
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I tried in Mission, Maple Ridge, and Coquitlam. I wanted 265/75 they all refused and would only put on 255/70(stock) as that is what the computer listed for my truck.
I missread, I thought you said a "canadian" tire shop lol. Yeah I got my currrent ones from Tire Plus, a local shop here in Mission (highly reccomend them) and the last ones from Kalt-tire.
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I missread, I thought you said a "canadian" tire shop lol. Yeah I got my currrent ones from Tire Plus, a local shop here in Mission (highly reccomend them) and the last ones from Kalt-tire.
I got mine from james out in hatzic. He is awesome, decent prices too. I paid cash and he gave me a better deal. I've heard really good things about tires plus too, my buddy had a dual exhaust put on his truck there and they did an amazing job.
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Yeah go to like a Cal tire, Trail Tire, BFG, or good year location and get a set of quality tires installed.
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