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Old 03-04-2003, 09:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I went to my local tire shop and they said a set of 4 30x10.50 tsl's would be $709 mounted and balanced. is that reasonable? how much do they usually charge to mount and balance? I forgot to ask how much they were each.
if I can just get the tires by themselves, I can have my friend to mount and balance them at college. should I look around for cheaper prices?

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Damn those are some thin tires!

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I went to my local tire shop and they said a set of 4 30x1.50 tsl's would be $709 mounted and balanced. is that reasonable?
1.50's??? I've heard of thin tires, but day-yum.

Don't get ripped, mounting only costs ~$8/tire at most around here. Right now 4 wheel parts has them for $127 each with free shipping (so ~$500 total). Their prices usually suck, but the free shipping thing gets them pretty cheap.
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I wonder if they would match prices...
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I wonder if they would match prices...
Discount will match with shipping added.
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should I also re gear to 4.10 or 4.56? this shit just keeps adding up. I have stock 3.55's, open diffs
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with 30"s, I would waste your money re-gearing.
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look thru some 4x4 magazines and see what they are going for.

most of the time somewhere like 4 wheel parts and discount will match the adds.
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