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Four 36/12.50/R15 TSL's on Modern amuminum rims

Discussion in 'Tires | Wheels' started by pvfjr, Mar 27, 2006.

  1. pvfjr

    pvfjr 1/2 ton status

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    Tread depth varies from about 20-40%. All hold air. Rims are in good shape, have slight rock rash on a couple, nothing big. Comes with the two center caps for the rear. I might have the front ones, I'd have to look around. Tires served me well, but I'm changing to 1-tons, so time for something bigger.
    $250
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    How much shipping to 67439 business? Calling dibs on these.
     
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    I have no idea. I wouldn't even know how to find out. :confused:
     
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    Take one to UPS or the post office and have them give you a quote and muliply by 4.
     
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    I got seconds. 67220 business
     
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    Alright, if you guys are gonna force me to do this the hard way....

    Why can't you just live in WA?
     
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    Alright, I can't seem to master these stupid web pages of fed ex and ups. If you can figure it out, one of the tires weigh in at 75 lbs. 36x36x14 was my guess for total size...
    If you can figure out how you want it shipped, I can try and get it done. But these quotes sites are making me lose my mind. The zip code is 98446, and I'd be dropping off at the Parkland location.
     
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    Any chance you can take a Space-A to McConnell AFB, that's both in mine and thatK30guy's area? I'm stationed at McConnell.
     
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    Well I'm in the AF, so I suppose it's possible. I wouldn't know how to go about that though. Can I just send stuff? I don't even know where to start to look into that. Like I said though, if you can figure it out, I'll do it.

    I see you're avionics, same here. What plane do you guys work there? We've got the ole C17's here.
     
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    KC-135, GAC.

    I've been to McChord before. We got a C-17 crew shuttle that shows up every couple weeks; it goes from McConnell to McChord, Pope, Rammstein, Incirlik, Udeid, Rammstein, Pope, McChord, and back to McConnell.

    The whole trip takes about a week. Every once and a while I see some of your jets on our T/A MAPA.
     
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    I wouldn't recommend trying to Space-A on the shuttle though. There's barely enough room for crew, pax, and cargo on the 135. 4 big arse tires really wouldn't fit. A C-17 however....
     
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    Yeah, I really don't know about space a. Fed Ex's quote was $323 to one your zip codes, though they're probably about the same. I don't know if I was choosing the best options though. There may be a better way to do it.
     
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    Wow! If the shipping is gonna run in the $300 range, I'm out. Too rich for my blood.
     
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    lol gotta LOVE jumping out of a C-17^^
     
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    You could always find another way...
     
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    Hey Guys Check With Central Freight Lines I Believe They Go To Wa. Would Be Slower But Lots Cheaper. And They Have A Terminal Just Off Of I-235 In Wichita .
     

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