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post #1 of 5 Old 04-11-2015, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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Best deal on tires?

Getting ready to pull the trigger on a set of 35's and new wheels. There is a guy locally selling a set of wheels that I'm going to pick up, now I need the tires. I went to discount tire and they seem to be the same price as everyone else. My question would be, where is everyone finding the best price? is it online, group buy, chain, or are you buying local?

Wanting Nitto Trail Grapplers 35/12.5/17
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post #2 of 5 Old 04-12-2015, 08:59 AM
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About the best price I've seen on the 35X12.5-17 is $310 a piece. Of all places, freaking Wal-Mart.
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we (discount tire) will always be the best price. just have to stop in your local store and let them know if we are not the best price (or call our online store and let them know the same thing if you don't have a local store)

our website shows $310 each at the moment

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when I was shopping around for my KM2's the cheapest I found them were online. I believe from Tire Rack. however, by the time I would have paid taxes, shipping and someone to mount/balance them...I was at the same price as my local tire store. so I decided to order from my local tire store. if anything it sure helps the little guys out and plus they threw in lifetime free balancing and rotation.

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If you run beadlocks with dynabeads you'll never have to pay for mounting and balancing again. You can still purchase road hazard on the tires and avoid all the other associated expenses.
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