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tires???

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by yellowk5, Oct 20, 2002.

  1. yellowk5

    yellowk5 Registered Member

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    im looking for some new 33x12.5x15 for my k5. i dont want to spend that much now....does anyone know a good place to find that size for cheap? these tires will just be to hold me over. thanks guys!!
     
  2. Z3PR

    Z3PR Banned

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    Walmart belive it of not. They have tires up to a 35" tire. Worth checking out.
     
  3. imiceman44

    imiceman44 1 ton status

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    I would also try tirerack.com
    I buy all my 37" and below from them.
    The best tire for the money in that size is the KUMHO MT.
    I had it for years and it is great.
    I am ordering some new 35" from them.
    33x12.5x15 Venture MT is $96
    33x12.5x15 Venture AT is $84
    You can also do search by size and compare the performance, price evrything. Plus shipping is equal to what you would have to pay in taxes anyway. Mail order you don't pay tax.
     
  4. TB2Blazer

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    You want a nice 33 inch tire thats really cheap then go to this website www.hi-tec-retreading.com. The tires are re-treaded but they work excellent. I have had mine for about 15k and they still have great tread left. And for 65 bucks a piece they are unbeatable. They are good on the road too. Extremely supprising for a re-tread. Check them out.
     
  5. imiceman44

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    I would never use a retread, especially If I can buy a new one for only $20 more.
    You see all those tread strips on the highways?
    If you don't plan on driving it on highway, ever then I would say OK.
     

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