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31's and 15x8 steel wheels - Maine

Discussion in 'Tires | Wheels' started by loafer, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. loafer

    loafer 1/2 ton status

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    I have four 31x10.5R15 Uniroyal AT's mounted on stock 15x8 Chevy rims. Complete with center caps and trim rings. Tires have about 100% tread, as they have less than 500 miles on them. $250 for all four.

    I have no idea what it would cost to ship these, but my zip code is 04401. I will be making weekly trips to southern Maine starting next week, so I would be willing to bring them with me if that helps anyone in the New England Area.

    I also have a spare set of trim rings and center caps if anyone is interested in those.

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    big_truxx 1/2 ton status

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    dude!!! If only I had known! Just bought 4 BFG AT's w/ 75% tread for $300. still is a tempting idea :thinking:
     
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    I still have them if you want them. The BFG's are more aggressive, but these are great for a DD. The rims are in nice shape too.
     
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    lol I know. why is so tempting. but my view of a second setr of tires was a mud terrain like LTB or somethign lol
     
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    BFG AT's are more agressive on the sidewall granted, but there is a lot less void in the surface tread ;) better for sand/ ice and snow.
     

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