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Old 03-02-2011, 02:43 PM
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if you need new tires i suggest getting them before march 15th...

looks like tires are going up around 8% in a couple of weeks.

Double Coin tire prices to increase - News - Modern Tire Dealer
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I work for Cooper Tire And Rubber Co. and I heard it was gonna be a 15% increase for all tire companies.
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Our tire prices are going up Saturday
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this sucks, as if our tire are not enough already lol
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It's funny how things work. Oil prices go up, tire prices go up. Oil prices drop, tire prices stay the same
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It's funny how things work. Oil prices go up, tire prices go up. Oil prices drop, tire prices stay the same
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You know what I mean
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It's funny how things work. Oil prices go up, tire prices go up. Oil prices drop, tire prices stay the same
yeah i dont think we are going to be seeing that any time soon. ive heard $4.00 for diesel is going to be a good price soon and for a wile...

my boss put some M/T MTZ on his truck the other day and they were the cheapest out of all the mud tires his size...?? seamed odd
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I am wanting to put some new Cooper STT's on my truck. The tires on my truck now are in great shape. they have less than 10,000 miles on them. So I guess I will just have to wait a while and then pay that extra 15% when I get ready to buy some.
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Whew...glad I got my new tires last week! We're going to look back in a couple years and sound like old timers when we say "I remember when a new set of 35x12.5x20 tires only cost $1,500"...
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