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Best place to buy swampers?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by muddybuddy, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. muddybuddy

    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    alright so besides the blemishes, which never has what i want :doah: what other places online can i find new swampers? 4WPW seems to have the cheapest price, but with the warrentee i duno if they are still the cheapest. where did everyone buy theres from?
     
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    mtn. burb 1/2 ton status

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    Fred the Tireman in Ojai, CA. :D

    Hey, I just ask them to make you a deal. It's not a stocking item for most tire shops.

    Do what I do. Be very polite and ask your local tire shop if they will order them for you, and you will pay 20 bucks over cost per tire for them. Plus shipping, mounting. Hey, they even balance my 39.5's!

    100 bucks over cost, plus the mounting fee, is a good deal on BIG swampers and money they will lose if they don't sell them to you.
     
  3. 6.2puller

    6.2puller 1/2 ton status

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    I always get mine locally. Swampers have very little markup so prices are not that different and being able to pick them up rather than ship them is nice. My local shops can usually beat or meet most ads other than 4wp ripoffs.
     
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    samsoffroad has great prices that is where i am going to get mine from soon

    Sams Offroad
     
  5. chevyin

    chevyin 1/2 ton status

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    Pro I'm looking at new tires allso. Do'nt know about swampers, but Sam"s was way high on the TSL :crazy: Just my 2cents but maybe check some more :rolleyes:
     
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    ProJunkRacing 1/2 ton status

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    every tire i have looked at there seems good on swampers i knew a reatailer and he told me to go there because they could egt them cheaper than anybody

    prices might have also changed due to cost of shipping and transport these days
     
  7. stayaway

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    tyres 1 is where I got mine
     
  8. cbbr

    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Local is always good. I would try http://www.4wheelcustoms.com They are a sopnser of CK5 and gave a buddy of mine one hell of a good deal on a set of tires. Speak with Chris.
     
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    yes chris is cool
     
  10. muddybuddy

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    wow, sam's offroad is really cheap...they are bout $35 cheaper a piece for 42 iroks :bow:
     
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    yeah my friend was gonna buy iroks and wound up with a killer deal but he was going to get them from sams
     
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    Try Roughcountry.com. They sold my buddy 36" for $175 shipped to my door from Ten. to Id. The also gave me a sweet deal on my mm 12000#, almost $150 cheaper than 4wp! ;) check it out, allways pay to shop around.
     
  13. 1-ton

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    Between pitbull and Interco, which do you people think is the better tire?
     
  14. muddybuddy

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    well roughtcountry is right next to VA so shipping is real cheap. their prices are more than sam's, but the shipping makes up for it. $1005 for 39.5 iroks shipped to my door!
     

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