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Old 07-11-2006
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Where to look for a Wheel/tire Package online

I know it has been discussed before, but I searched and search and couldn't find a link I know I seen before (I don't know what else to put in the search). I want to see what kind of wheel tire packages I can get for the new chevy and I know most of you have some online sources that usually will beat the dealers.

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Superbuytires.com

tirepackage.com

Summit Racing has wheels and tires, also.
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www.summitracing.com only place i will buy from if you buy your wheels and tires in the same order they will mount and balance for free
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www.summitracing.com only place i will buy from if you buy your wheels and tires in the same order they will mount and balance for free
But there BFG Prices are about thirty bucks a tire more than the other people I looked at. I am Looking at a set of 285/75r16 BFG All Terrain T/A's and I haven't picked out rims yet. I am hopeing I can bring the pakage together for less than $1200

Maybe these rims, but I want to be different. Different = expensive though
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...23106+400206+0

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hate to bust ur bubble..the mt classic IIs are not diff. also try www.tirerack.com
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Tire rack doesn't have many wheels, but they have a good selection of tires and pretty good prices (Summit's are better) but in my case, with the Kumho KL71s, Tire rack is the only company that sells them.
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Summit will pricematch anyone... just talk to the right person there.
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But there BFG Prices are about thirty bucks a tire more than the other people I looked at. I am Looking at a set of 285/75r16 BFG All Terrain T/A's and I haven't picked out rims yet. I am hopeing I can bring the pakage together for less than $1200

Maybe these rims, but I want to be different. Different = expensive though
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...23106+400206+0

~HJ
bill got marks tires down really cheap from them when he bought them from there, i dunno if thye price match but give it a try...

:edit:^^ i guess they do price match....
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I did, but Summit CAN'T sell those tires for some reason.
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There aren't the tire size your looking for...but something I priced together a while ago



I'm assuming the price should be similar.
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hate to bust ur bubble..the mt classic IIs are not diff. also try www.tirerack.com
What I was Trying to say is MT Classics are cheap but I want to be different so I need to find another rim. Haven't found one I like yet

Does anyone know if a 98 Chevy can have 15" rims? That is a great price, but I assumed that since it had 16" rims from the factory it needs them for clearance.

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i got my tires from www.tiresavings.com
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I like my AR Baja's

Also like ordering my stuff from Tire Package
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