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Tony, with my paycheck to paycheck budget, it's easiest for me to buy one tire a month and keep them on the porch until I am ready to install.
thats what ill be doing, 300 a pop for the tires i want ill have to listen to my dad complain about them sitting on the back porch for a few months

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Vinny, on that link you put up to the right it says "did you find them cheaper" check it out you may save $$$


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Instead of buying one tire at a time, take the money and save it until you have enough to buy all 4 in one shot. This will also come in handy during promotions and money back rebates. Plus you get a complete set made at the same time.




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Joey, took a look around the web last night, and couldn't find anyone close to their price shipped. I think they are a great deal at $179. Hopefully I can get the first one next week.






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you can apply for their credit card, and for the amount you'll be spending you can get the tires intrest free
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http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...ePromosDTD.jsp


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Thanks Joey, but no more credit for me.






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Update on the RF 10 Hankooks I bought for the wifes Escape...Excellent Tire ! Still look brand new :) Awesome in all conditions except on a slicked up ice covered road in town. You know that little stretch of an ice rink before the stop lights in town that every dipshit has either locked them up in a panic to stop or spun his/her tires 100mph tryin to get goin. Very pleased with these tires and being a 10 ply they should last a long time

So did you end up goin with the RF 10's Vinny ? Let me know how you like them on your truck when you get them mounted. I feel good knowing the wife has these tires on her little red rocket.


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Yep, went with the RF10's, got one, ordering another this week. Liking the tread, can't wait to get them all up and mounted. Went with stock size to keep problems away and costs down.






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Cool, Ive thought about buyin a set of these for my truck as well. The only thing that has stopped me is the idea of gettin a good mudder and gettin it siped. Plus only having to buy 1 set of tires VS 2. My siped Hankook M/T's worked excellent for winter, where as the RF 10 would slide thru iced up intersections. (Just talked to the wife about last winter) Now iam debating gettin a set of used Blizzaks for her wagon for $250 for 15".


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