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Anybody buy from this place? I found 265-75-16 C Duratracs for $164 each. Its $745 shipped with out road hazard. Should I purchase road hazard for the extra $79 to cover all four tires?

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good deal, as for road hazzard im not sure, u would have to look into the prosess of how they deal with it. if it were a local company i would say yes right away but ya never know
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good deal, as for road hazzard im not sure, u would have to look into the prosess of how they deal with it. if it were a local company i would say yes right away but ya never know
Thats what I was thinking. I may just buy a 5th tire an keep it in my garage
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Buy them Mark. They are sweet tires.
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Thats what I was thinking. I may just buy a 5th tire an keep it in my garage
That's what I'd be doing. I'd also keep an eye out for a matching wheel and then keep it rotated in with your set. That way you have a full size spare and your set of tires will last that much longer!
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Go for it man. The duratracs were flawless in the snowstorm we just had. Drove through 3 ft snowdrifts with ease.
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Just find a local tire shop that price matches and bring the ad In. Install should be cheaper then and the tire shop will rotate and balance for free for the life of the tires. That's what I've done
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Just find a local tire shop that price matches and bring the ad In. Install should be cheaper then and the tire shop will rotate and balance for free for the life of the tires. That's what I've done
My local goodyear shop said they cant get them till January maybe My buddy works part time at a local Monroe so mount and balance for me is $20 ($5 ea.)
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yep thats were i bought my stt's they r a legit company
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I wouldn't bother buying road hazard from an online only company, or a company that's not in your area. Most of the time if something goes wrong they make you ship the tire back, which costs quite a bit. You'd be better off just buying a new tire if it couldn't be fixed.
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i got it on mine, what happens when i get a flat i call a local cooper tire distributor they come out check the tire to see if its repairable if not they put a new 1 on but it goes by tread life u have to pay so much for the new 1 if ur old 1 is wore down i got a contract agreement some were from treadepot
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I'll just get them w/o it. The gf really wants them and the truck will be her this winter. Will be ordered Monday or Tuesday.
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