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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by American84K5, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. American84K5

    American84K5 1/2 ton status

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    what is the cheapest 35x12.50 tire made and how much i kno i got my 32s for like 86-88 each i was lookin for 35s in price range of 90-110
     
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    Pro-Comp has 4 for the price of 3 this month. I just got mine delivered today. Other than that I think the Dunlop radials are cheap.

    For that price you might be looking at some used tires though.
     
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    i think Kumhos are really cheap to... if my memory is correct.
     
  4. American84K5

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    i can get some 36-39 used military/hummer w/e they use now days tires for that much

    if i can remember it was like 4 yrs ago at a military supply store 20mils from my house so they prolly still have some:grin:
     
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    mill tires are 16.5 rim
     
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    the dunlop mud rovers are $119 each from tirerack.com, thats where i plan to get these as my next set of tires.
     
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    This is the absolute best price you can get on a tire. They are re-treaded but they are great, I ran them on my K5 for 30,000 miles with NO problems whatsoever. You really can't beat 65 bucks a tire they come in all treads and sizes, definitely a steal. http://www.high-tec-retreading.com/
     
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    They're just down the road from me.
     
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    I'm looking for the same tires. My Pep boys can get whatever their brand is for 110 each. I was looking at the tire rack also. Those dunlops deliverd to me came to 475.00 for 4. Not bad for a name brand. But don't really want a mud terrain tire. It's for the wifes "poser" truck. Other than that, keep an eye on ebay. I found four used low milage tires with rims within 150 miles. Opening bid is 50.00. I'm watching it. I figured If i could get them for 300, it would be worth the drive. I've been looking for a decent set of 35's for 6 month's now!! hard to find used!
     
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    my buddy has the dunlops and thay will bit in mud he was going places that the tsl swampers were going with no problems.
     
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    You might find a better deal on eBay if you look at tire/wheel combos also. lots of people skip those.
     
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