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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-25-2003, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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flat = new 315s

had ruinded tire with sidewall puncture so I tossed my spare on headed to the tire shop, they ddint have any bfg muds in stock so I grabbed some 315 rtv, mudstyle that they recently startn makn in the bigger metric sized tires. guess I have to run them under my straight axle till there shot. ohhhh I payed 20 bucks over there cost so I grabbed them or I would have waited for the bfgs.
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Re: flat = new 315s

Hey, a deal is a deal. Now what is RTV? that the brand of tire?
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i think that they make a m0old with the new tires when they get them in and then fill the mold with RTV sealant. makes some pretty cool colored tires and better yet, easy to patch them [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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wildcountry,

this exsplains better

http://www.lesschwab.com/tires/light..._traction.html
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Re: flat = new 315s

found out today that the tire I just bought was made by cooper, so jumped on coopers site to have look see and what ya know, the tread desing is very similiar. and the shoulder lugs are identical, so now Im pleased even more.

check out both websites

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http://coopertires.com/us/en/Product...ruck&id=28
and the one in the reply above
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