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post #1 of 2 Old 07-26-2011, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Not sure if you guys can help me out

I'm an old employee of Discount Tire will say, my old boss ran a tight place, always clean, one of the best Discount Tires in illinois when I worked there I beleive? And although I could only wish I could get the same price I used to, that's just wishful thinking lol. I bought retreads for my last truck just because new tires are so expensive. So my question I guess would be, retreads are going to cost me about $135 per tire for 285/75-16s and about $154 for 315/75-16, plus shipping. Can discount tire get close to these prices? I need a moderately aggressive tire because the deeper the snow gets, the more I work so all-terrians at the very least. Anything that can be matched?


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An excellent tire model to look into that won't break the bank is the Falken Rocky Mountain ATS. This model is stout and is very dependable.

In the 285/75-16 size we have this model available for only $174.00 each with FREE shipping and no Tax to IL. Here's the link with more details...

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Another excellent option that will suite your needs well but is a little more expensive is the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac. In the 285/75-16 size this model only runs $235.00 per tire and with the purchase of a new set, comes withs a $40.00 mail-in rebate. With FREE shipping and no tax, this helps with savings. Here's the link with more details...

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