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Old 09-18-2004, 08:32 PM
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The Snow Is Comming

With the winter months around the corner, I am looking for a good place to get some tires for my 97 F150 STX. The only problem is that I have a large tire size 275/60R17, and I am looking for a good A/T or mud type tire that will handle the snow. If anyone and be of assistance, it would be great

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Old 09-18-2004, 08:56 PM
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spelly....what area do you live in? it would help narrow the search a little, i'm in the dayton area...
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SORRY I live in Norht Eastern Ohio, I am willing to travel for a good deal,
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Try Brians Tire in Newcomerstown Ohio (n. of cambridge 20 miles) 740-498-8944. Also you might consider getting a set of stock 15" wheels from a junkyard for the winter, as it would be probably be easier than finding a M/S tire for the 17" wheels, and even with the cost of the wheels from the Junkyard and new 15" tires could very well be cheaper than the cost of a set of 17" tires alone. Especially when you consider the cost of mounting and dismounting them come spring. Also it would let you put the nicer wheels up for the winter and get them out of the salt and chemicals they use on the roads up there.
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