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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-10-2001, 12:16 AM Thread Starter
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Best price for MT/R\'s

Wondering if you guys knew who had the best price on these, they aren't available everywhere. I saw 4W parts wholsale [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img] has them $198 each (35x12.5), I also saw tirerack.com has them for $157 [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] Anybody know any other leads, or have ever dealt with tirerack.com?

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Re: Best price for MT/R\'s

a friend of mine just got a set of 35" MTR's from Tire Rack and recommended that i get my 33's there

i am going to next week


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Re: Best price for MT/R\'s

Considering that ARCA competitors get a "special deal" from Goodyear at $162 (35x12.50-15) tireracks price seems pretty darn good. I'd see if you can get someone local to match or come close to the price. That way you can add a "road hazzard warranty", I always get the replacement warranty. I haven't worn out a tire on my Jeeps in a really long time. I generally don't even make it to 50% before I have torn open a sidewall. The MTR's are tough,but they can still get ripped. I get mine from America's Tire/Dicount Tire here locally, they don't have em in stock but can get em in a couple days. They are the best in my area for good price AND good customer service and have no problem replacing/repairing tires under warranty. They know me and a lot of my wheelin buddies very well.

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Re: Best price for MT/R\'s

Id take the $157 price from Tirerack.com, and take it to a tire store in your area to get a good price on the MT/R's.. LIke it was stated earlier, most places will deal on you with the tires if you bring in a quote from a place.
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