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Location: Neveda
Joined: 07/22/2008
Posts: 234

Last week end i ripped the side wall of my left front tire. you know what that means, new tires

Started shopping (and crying, there goes the Gun Fund).

Ended up re-shoeing the whole thing, back tire where going to need it before next winter anyways

On the Dodge, to get what i wanted in a package, i had to take the "Big Horn" pakage, that means 20" tires.

got a fair deal on all new shoes, but still hurts, no new gun this month (still crying)


have a good day

M. bird

buckykm1's picture
Location: Vicksburg, Mi
Joined: 11/24/2010
Posts: 366

Ya, the 20" tires look nice, But the price of those 20" tires sucks, i have heard around $1000.00 a set. depending on what you get. i have 17" on my Silverado, they will be bad enough.


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Location: Colorado western slope
Joined: 11/13/2009
Posts: 3040
I run 16's on my 02 F150 but

I run 16's on my 02 F150 but since their 35's I still pay over 1k per set. Fortunately I don't drive it much anymore so only need them about every 4 years.

And if it only sets you back a month on buying guns your not doing to bad.lol

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Location: Canon City, Colorado
Joined: 08/13/2011
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I feel your pain X3. Had to

I feel your pain X3. Had to get new tires on 2 pick-ups and our jeep last October before winter. Only good thing is I am good for a few years now. Set of 4 ran just under $1000 per vehicle. That killed the gun fund for a couple of years for sure.

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