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Who can order the Maxxis tires?

Hey, I remember reading somewhere on here someone that can order the Maxxis Buckshot tires straight from the factory for cheap? I need to know how much it would be for a set of 4 32x11.50R15's including shipping? Thanks.
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i think blktremor02 but im not sure, i think zabeard has them..you could ask him
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Hey, I remember reading somewhere on here someone that can order the Maxxis Buckshot tires straight from the factory for cheap? I need to know how much it would be for a set of 4 32x11.50R15's including shipping? Thanks.
That would be me man!

You can get those size tires for $480 shipped to your door!
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Brian is the man lol
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how much for 285/75-16s?
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how much for 285/75-16s?
$530 Shipped to your door

Or you can get the

305/70/16 which is 33*12.50 compared to 33*11.50 for'

$580 shipped to your door
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would those work on a stock rim? or are they too wide
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would those work on a stock rim? or are they too wide
33*11.50 would work with the stockers...I had my stockers on that size before I got my current rims

I wouldn't go 12.50 with stockers though, thats just me
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That would be me man!

You can get those size tires for $480 shipped to your door!
Wow...that is damn good. I won't be ordering them now, I'm just pricing tires for the spring. Thanks for letting me know. Hopefully those will be my new tires.
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alright thanks...ya im just thinkin that i cant get both rims tires and lift all at the same time...this stuff is so expensive!!
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Wow...that is damn good. I won't be ordering them now, I'm just pricing tires for the spring. Thanks for letting me know. Hopefully those will be my new tires.
Thats fine man...Just let me know whenever, the prices shouldn't change at all or that much...
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alright thanks...ya im just thinkin that i cant get both rims tires and lift all at the same time...this stuff is so expensive!!
Yea it can get quite expensive, so that is why I made a quite few good people around here, so that would help us out with prices and that I can give to ya'll as well...Its all about going back to the same people for your truck needs and they will go through the hassle of doing favors here and there! I wouldn't have all this stuff on my truck without getting over my head on spending soooo much!
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ya you aint got crap till ya go in debt... least thats what my great grandad said
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33x12.5x15 shipped to my door for 580. Not bad. I'll be ordering some real soon.
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33x12.5x15 shipped to my door for 580. Not bad. I'll be ordering some real soon.

that is 33x12.5x16 (305x75x16) for 580 shipped

33x12.5x15 is 500 shipped

unless the price changed, cause that is what i got mine for.
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I Want Them For That!
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$530 Shipped to your door

Or you can get the

305/70/16 which is 33*12.50 compared to 33*11.50 for'

$580 shipped to your door
Can you beat $485.00 for a set 265/75-16's???

That's mounted and balanced.
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hell yea , thats a deal..

wat are 35's?
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Can you beat $485.00 for a set 265/75-16's???

That's mounted and balanced.
well there is no mounting with the tires he sell your being its mail order so how in hell is that comparible..
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hell yea , thats a deal..

wat are 35's?
if you seach you will find the price, he has posted it before, i wanna say 560?


btw i dont htink these tires are near as bad as some people have said in the snow. we just got some icey, snow crap over the last few days and i was pretty impressed overall. havnt even used 4x4 yet. also the wear is awesome(zach can agree to this) they do good in the rain and on dry pavement. i havnt seen much off-road(mud) yet, but im sure they will do good.
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if you seach you will find the price, he has posted it before, i wanna say 560?


btw i dont htink these tires are near as bad as some people have said in the snow. we just got some icey, snow crap over the last few days and i was pretty impressed overall. havnt even used 4x4 yet. also the wear is awesome(zach can agree to this) they do good in the rain and on dry pavement. i havnt seen much off-road(mud) yet, but im sure they will do good.
yes they still look GREAT and Zach puts alot of miles on
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well there is no mounting with the tires he sell your being its mail order so how in hell is that comparible..
Well, hold on Zach, it all depends on how much he is getting charged to mount and balance the tires!

If it is less then $30, then that price can be beaten!

You can have the tires to your door at $455 shipped!
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hell yea , thats a deal..

wat are 35's?
35*12.50*15s are $605 shipped to your door man!
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they make 35 foot tires.... 35's lol
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they make 35 foot tires.... 35's lol
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