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walmart bfgs?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bigbadchev84, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. bigbadchev84

    bigbadchev84 1/2 ton status

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    Are the BFGs that walmart sell the same as you would buy at a national tire chain store? they seem to be about 100-150 less for a set of 35x12.5x16.5 bfg m/ts than everywhere else so it makes me wonder...... thanks guys
     
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    yes there the same. Remember that wally world is all over the usa and thay buy 1000s of tires when national buys one truck load. Quanty over price.
     
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    "Quantity has a quality all to itself"
    Adolf Hitler
     
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    ^ uhhh... dude, hitler? why would you know a quote like that
     
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    I bought my 285/75R16 BFG A/T's from a wholesaler at the flea market for $550. They were brand new. The last couple places I priced them couldn't get under $700...just for the tires.
     
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    i picked up a set for 250, some guy changed his mind.
     
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    I picked up a set for 250 35x12.5 16s cuz a guy changed his mind.
     
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    I was on the ***mart site and saw BFG "land terrain" tires has anyone ever herd of these?
     
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    just cause he was a raging lunatic doesnt mean he wasnt smart... dont be so narrow minded, just cause hitler said it doesnt make it any less true:rolleyes:
     
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    land terrain? our wal mart has them on display. Looks like a mixture or an H/L and an A/T, no sidewall tread.
     
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    They're some weird Wally-World-only thing, maybe only in Canada or something. I saw some the other day and had to go Googling, didn't know wtf they were.

    They remind me of the Rugged Trail or whatever comes OE on the Toyotas. ::shrug::

    -- A
     
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    Not just Canada, there listed in store near me in MD.
     
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    Freud is quoted all the time, he's still a moron. Hitler was more of an evil genius. Very evil, but genius non the less.

    Believe it or not, most of the "skunk works" projects or "special teams" concepts were founded, and honed by Hitler. "taking the best and brightests" individuals within his domain, and utilizing them to create new products (in his case, weapons).

    Hitler is also directly responsible for the development of synthetic motor oils- Of course, the reason for it, was to be able to run his machinery while they invaded the super cold enviroment of the Soviet.
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    That isn't a Hitler quote. Nazis were all about the Uber Mensch and believed that a smaller # of superior beings could dispatch a much larger horde of "lesser creatures".

    This quote is most often attributed to Joseph Stalin...

    Do a quick google search sometime. It makes much more sense for Uncle Joe to say such a thing... his nation used overwhelming numbers of men, tanks and artillery pieces to crush the smaller-but-better German army.

    j
     
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    nice history lesson guys lol
     
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    I bought my spare BFG Krawler at walmart. cheapest price and no shipping.
     
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    I seen some land terrians here at wally world in Muskegon, MI.
     

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