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Good God - $1,529.88 - Toyo OC M/T

Anybody know where you can find a cheaper price for
(4) Toyo Open Country M/T Tires 35x12.50R20?

The cheapest price I can find, with shipping included in that price,
is $1529.88 from Home Page @ Tire Deals 4 Less.

Anybody else have a favorite site that costs less?

Without Shipping, the tire price is: $334.98/ea But unlucky for me, I don't
live anywhere near Illinois.

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so their charging you like 200 bucks in shipping... that seems like a lot....

i can ship 4 of those tires for about 100 bucks


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so their charging you like 200 bucks in shipping... that seems like a lot....

i can ship 4 of those tires for about 100 bucks

This is what they say, can you believe it? Shipping is $131 bucks.
But if they ship it to a Residential Address, they charge an extra
$69 bucks. Is that nuts or what?

oduct: TOYO Open Country MT 35X12.50R20LT 121Q E10
Quantity: 4
Unit Weight: 82.09
Total Weight: 328.36
Destination: 20147 (US)

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Warehouse Pickup (Addison, IL) $0.00
Freight Delivery $131.89
Residential Freight will incur an additional $69.00 handling fee. To avoid this handling fee please use a business address.
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Some of those shippers charge that. I don't see why doing there job should cost more but I'm not in that industry. We don't use a certain frt company just because they charge $120 jobsite delivery fee.

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the price on the tires is great... those retail for about 400 each... and certain shipping places charge a lot of fee's anything large like that we ship through carriers not through fed ex or UPS because they charge alot...

overall i dont think its a bad price because of how cheap the tires are going for.... i say go for it...

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Talk to Discount Tire, if you have one near you. I got them down on a tire/wheel package w/ the same tire and OTD, including a warranty, it was $2322.


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Yeah get ready to pay some money for 35s on 20s. They are not cheap. Have you tried a local tire shop? And remember its going to be expensive to have them mounted and balanced.

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Yea that price isn't bad, even with shipping. Have them shipped to a business if you know someone willing. I would also check with a local shop as well and try to wheel and deal them. I got my 38's from Les Schwab tires for $485 each and they retail for $510. I had to pay mount and balance but I have free lifetime rotations, balancing, flat repair, and road hazard warranty.


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Thanks for the tip.. I'll call my local Goodyear shop and see if I can have the tires shipped to them. Although I'm sure they'll agree if I pay them $$$ to mount and balance them.. Everybody's gotta dip their fingers into my wallet.. lol
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Maybe jump on Toyo's website and do a dealer search. you might be able to come really close to the price buying them through a local dealer and also get the warranty, free flat repair, etc.

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