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Old 03-14-2008, 04:27 PM
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Cheap tire prices?

Well it is time for another question. Does anyone know of a web vendor or a place that will ship wheels and tires to Canada? Been wanting to get some new tires and possibly wheels. The cheapest I can find a set of Mickey Thompson ATZ or MTZ in the 37x13.5x18 is $408-$436 per tire, which seems high. If I can find a decent price on the tires I might be looking up upgrading to some 20" wheels also. Not limiting myself to MT tires, but besides Toyo/Nittio they are the only brand that I can seem to find in the size I want.
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PM me your address and I'll price something out for you but I think the shipping is going to kill it. That's probably why your prices are a bit higher to begin with.
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not to take away from you AYP..... but FOAMY check out Discount Tire, Custom Wheels, Truck & Car Rims | Discount Tire Co. I got my nittos from them, and a set for the my fiance's maxima they offer free shipping to the states, not sure about canada they gave me a great deal on the tires for both cars, i did do some shoping around and they beat everyone elese plus Free shipping
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Thanks for the link orange, I will check it out.
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not to take away from you AYP..... but FOAMY check out Discount Tire, Custom Wheels, Truck & Car Rims | Discount Tire Co. I got my nittos from them, and a set for the my fiance's maxima they offer free shipping to the states, not sure about canada they gave me a great deal on the tires for both cars, i did do some shoping around and they beat everyone elese plus Free shipping
Not a problem Orange, Discount tire direct is one of my suppliers so what ever they have I get them cheaper. (most of the time)

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Well I checked out Discount tires and it seems that the only tire they have in the size I want is the Nittio Mud Grappler. Might be worth checking out. Got the Toyo M/T now but they are a bit too big(38's + 6" lift = body rub), and I would like to try something different.

So now it is between the Nittio Mud Grappler, Mickey Thompson MTZ or possibly the ATZ. If I can find a good price on some 20" wheels I would most likely go with the ATZ. I can get a set of Dick Cepek Black DC1(20x9) for $340 per wheel. Dunno if that is a good price but I always liked the look of those wheels.


Too many choices!
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Old 03-15-2008, 11:02 PM
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I can beet that price by around $100 a wheel. Send me a PM and I'll do you right.
They are not in stock though. If you go to my threads in the sponsor section I have links to some other pretty sweet wheels if you want to check them out.
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