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Old 05-18-2012, 11:26 PM   #1
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Anybody sell truck tires? Need some tires

I wanna order these tires but they're hard to find and shipping from the few sites i've found is like $90 per tire. thats crazy. PM me if you have a hook-up or you sell them.

The tire is Federal Couragia M/T. Size I need is 35/12.50/20


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you think $90/tire for M/T 35/12.5/20's is expensive? lol I'd jump on the $90/tire.

33x10.5x15 A/T for my truck were going for $185/ea.
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I'll buy them if you'll buy mine.... LoL...

Order thru discount.. Price match the cheapest place then they order and u don't have to pay shipping. Or call tire rack
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How much are they per tire
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Old 05-19-2012, 12:26 PM   #5
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I think he means shipping is $90 a tire. Try tirerack.com thier prices plus shipping is usually still cheaper then anyone local.
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I need to check them as well
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I just sold a set of these in 33's. Buddy of my had them on his dodge and paid 1100 for the set installed at A1 tires in Houston..
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you think $90/tire for M/T 35/12.5/20's is expensive? lol I'd jump on the $90/tire.

33x10.5x15 A/T for my truck were going for $185/ea.
$90 is the shipping per tire...

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I'll buy them if you'll buy mine.... LoL...

Order thru discount.. Price match the cheapest place then they order and u don't have to pay shipping. Or call tire rack
lol nah i used to have mickey thompsons and i dont feel like spending $430 per tire again. These are much cheaper haha

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I think he means shipping is $90 a tire. Try tirerack.com thier prices plus shipping is usually still cheaper then anyone local.
yeah that was for shipping. most places dont carry this tire, its pretty hard to find.

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I just sold a set of these in 33's. Buddy of my had them on his dodge and paid 1100 for the set installed at A1 tires in Houston..
I found a shop that quoted me $1200 mounted and balanced for 35s. Think i'm gonna go with them if I can't find anybody cheaper.
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What kinda lift are you running
just a 3 inch suspension but on my bodystyle of dodge(2005) u dont need a lift to clear 35x12.5's. after i get another set of 35s im gonna go ahead and bump it up to a 6 inch or 7 inch lift.
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discount tire will match any online competitor. Just bring in a print out of the ad. I do it everytime I need tires. I use tirerack just b/c they are the cheapest for my tires.
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discount tire will match any online competitor. Just bring in a print out of the ad. I do it everytime I need tires. I use tirerack just b/c they are the cheapest for my tires.
Sweet, I will try that tomorrow.
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Sweet, I will try that tomorrow.
Do it. Then hit the one over by YMCA. The manager s cool. I went to school with him. when you get them i want to check them out. Im o 37's and looking to goo to a 35. Hopefully better wear as well.
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Do it. Then hit the one over by YMCA. The manager s cool. I went to school with him. when you get them i want to check them out. Im o 37's and looking to goo to a 35. Hopefully better wear as well.
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what pprice are you looking at?
I'll try the ymca one. I try to stay out of Silverlake. I'm 99% sure you understand my reasoning. Online i've found them for $260, Lozano's in Manvel priced me $1200 installed. And my buddy's grandpa gets them for dealer price and he is gonna get back to me with a price, I'm expecting no more than $900. Thats cheap as for 35 inch mud grips for a 20 inch wheel!! What 37s are you running?
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Dammit. Those are the tires I really wanted lol... What kinda truck you in? I wanna say I've seen a ford rollin around on those. white diesel?
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im looking at these for a next set... not sure yet. I have some ppl on a diesel forum that are getting great milage out of them


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Nice truck! Thats where we always fuel up also lol. Ive heard good things about the trail grapplers. mud grapplers look badass and perform well in the mud but they dont last long at all and they suck in the sand
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