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Where to buy tires?

I'm getting a set of BFG A/Ts, whats the best site to buy tires from? Preferably free shipping..
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google?
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no mudders? I used to know a guy with the same vintage truck as you and he had bfg mt on it and it was sweet ... no lift stock size
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no need for mud tires, my **** street tires got me though some sloppy **** on the ranch road this weekend. thats all I need.. the ATs will do better on wet roads anyways. Not to mention the BFG a/ts are more expensive and the MT/Rs are a LOT more expensive.
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tirerack or discount tire
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treadepot.com they have much cheaper prices and better shipping quotes
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I can get the tires though discount at the prices tire rack says.. one way i pay tax the other way i pay shipping haha, I'll check out tread depot.
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tread depot i get to pay shipping and tax.. screw that
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Get terra grapplers, they look better and are better/cheaper than the BFGs. I like discounttire
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try onlinetires.com

they're prices seem to be pretty good and i've heard from more then one person that they have good customer service.

they're prices seem lower then a lot of other places. and they have a pretty good selection of truck tires. if i were buying new, i'd probably buy from them, or tirerack.
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I had them on the Ranger and they seemed like they wore pretty quickly.
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try onlinetires.com

they're prices seem to be pretty good and i've heard from more then one person that they have good customer service.

they're prices seem lower then a lot of other places. and they have a pretty good selection of truck tires. if i were buying new, i'd probably buy from them, or tirerack.
o0 online tires is 15-30 less than anyone else..

*crosses fingers for shipping*


745 shipped..

it'll be around 730? if i get them locally at discount, i need to go get a quote. fawkin tires are expensive.
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yeah probably depend on where you're at i would guess

when i ws lookin at new tires, they were cheaper shipped then anyplace in town. and i have a buddy who can mount my tires for free lol
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Home - Discount Tire Direct is where I found the best price for my KM2s. Check their eBay store too
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Discount FTW...get Lee or his bro to hook you up haha
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With Lee helping out i can still find them online for the same price or cheaper.. But shipping is more than the tax will be.. I asked Lee to get me a quote with tax but he hasn't got back to me yet.
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I got an awesome deal for my tires, but that's because my teacher owns the tire shop lol. Got my Mastercraft Courser AT2's for $120 a piece plus tax.
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just remembered, have you considered general grabber at2s? Might save a lil coin
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If you find anywhere that will ship tires for free, you be sure to let us know!!!!
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The discount tire direct ebay store does free shipping on certain tires. They did on my KM2s, they also had 5% off of them when I got them.

I don't know what size you want, but check here

http://stores.ebay.com/Discount-Tire...&submit=Search
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i'll look at the grabbers
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Looking at $183 shipped per tire from them.
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http://www.onlinetires.com/products/...-750+114s.html

those look quite a bit like the Michelin LTX's

and the Nittos are 120 a piece.. hmm


Oh yea, Maxxis Big Horns.. 129
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Craigslist.
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Oh yea, Maxxis Big Horns.. 129
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