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Old 02-11-2008, 11:14 AM
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Cheapest place to buy tires????

wanting to do some priceing, so give me some good places please.

325-60-18 A/T'S

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Old 02-11-2008, 11:44 AM
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I should be able to get you 326/65r18 BFG All terrain T/A KO's for $300 plus shipping
35x12.5 18 Mud terrain T/A KM or KM2 for $330 plus shipping.
I get these from the local distributor. If you have something in mind let me know because I have to make phone calls for all the others. You can have what ever I can get at my cost. I'm just looking to get some volume started for lower pricing.

Don't hold me to it just yet. This is off of the 2007 price list. I have not received the new one yet.
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I was getting a nail patched on the wife's car today and saw that Cooper makes a new Discoverer STT in that exact size and they are load range E too!. My Nitto's are about gone in the rear and I am considering doing a set of those or the BFG 305/65 18 AT. The Nitto's are D range and I paid dearly on my mileage by loading them. They claim to be capable of what I was hauling but I guess being so close to their max they wore fast.

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those coopers look like a good tire ! ! ! !
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those coopers look like a good tire ! ! ! !
Yeah, they didn't look too bad in the store I was at. I'm sorta split on whether to go with that aggressive of tread but, they can't possibly be any worse for wear than what I got on the Nittos. And they are cheaper!
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just about everyone I have talked to that have had Nittos would never buy them again
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Ive heard that the stt's wear quick on a diesel, but that is just what I heard. Also it is not possible to get any tire on 18s for a reasonable price.I am trying to find some stock 17s to put tires on for the winter.
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Those Mud grapplers are about the best looking tire I think but they sure are terrible on the road.
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Ive heard that the stt's wear quick on a diesel, but that is just what I heard. Also it is not possible to get any tire on 18s for a reasonable price.I am trying to find some stock 17s to put tires on for the winter.
Its true. Thats crazy isn't it, it takes less rubber to make a 18 inch tire then it does to make a 16 inch tire, but they charge more.
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BFG AT's are the way to go. They last long and good traction. I know they are $$$ but you get what you pay for. Just my
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