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Old 09-13-2010, 03:18 PM
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37's X 13.50. 24''

Is anyone running the above tire size? I am told the only available option right now is a Toyo M/T and the cost on just one tire is $715, Just the TIRE!!! WTH??? is that really the only option out there or what are you guys running and what do tires cost for you? The killer here is the 24" wheel which are Kaotik Paroles. But seriously is it that much more then just a 22" wheel?what a joke.

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Old 09-13-2010, 03:20 PM
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I'm running those tires right now. You can usually find them for around 650 piece. I got lucky and found a set for about 600/tire. I have 2 tires at 1/2 tread if you're interested I can hook you up. I also have 2 more that aren't in good shape if you want some burnout tires (they're cupped)
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Old 09-13-2010, 03:43 PM
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TOYO Open Country MT 37X13.50R24LT 120Q E10 @ TiresDirect.Net - $659
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Old 09-13-2010, 04:25 PM
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02 shoot pm me a price on those tires shipped to 23665 I am looking for 2 right now BADLY and depending ill take all 4 just to get them out of your way. As for the OP they are amazing I love them. Call ntw they can get you the m16 in that size for about 580 a tire...or the kumho in a 38x14 for about 675 a tire....just an option. But I really need those tires 02 pm me
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Old 09-13-2010, 04:30 PM
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Hey 02 pm me that price I was just reading your profile and I'm in va as well so this could work out quickly for both of us I need these tires badly!
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Hey man if those other guys end up not wanting those tires please pm me price shipped to 84020. my rear tires are cupped and i need new ones badly. Thanks
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CDUBYA i'm gonna give thatguy the priority since he's in VA but if it doesn't work i'll i'll shoot youa pm. I feel like shipping itres to Utah is gonna be expensive though.
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Old 09-14-2010, 07:08 AM
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Yeah i agree man, just an option in the end though. Hey what PSI are you running those at by chance? Do your TPMS ever turn off or are you stuck with that stupid light on?
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I don't know what he runs but I run mine right at 55-65 PSI and they ride kinda rough but get better milage
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My fronts are at 55 and backs are at 53. i am thinking of bumping them up a little to see how it rides. The problem is that the guy who had the rims and tires before me let the fronts run to long and they started cupping so now i am trying to wear them back evenly on the rears which i doubt is gonna happen. I shoulda stayed with 22's ha 24's are a pain but they sure look sick!
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