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Old 01-17-2013, 11:28 AM   #1
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(Miami)Where do get your tires mounted and balanced?

Just got new tires 35x12.5x15 and i can't seem to find anyone other than speed and truck world to mount and Balance them. Where do u recommend in the Miami area?

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Old 01-20-2013, 09:19 AM   #2
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So to answer my own question. Wingfoot Commercial tires was able to do it and they were EXTREMELY nice. mostly they work on industrial and commercial tires but they were happy to do my jeep and they said they could mount and balance ANY size tire.....They were even working on a huge Loader that had tires bigger than my whole jeep.






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Good to see you found someone.I'll keep them in mind when I need new tires. How much did they charge you to mount, balance?
I have the same tires.Now they have about 26K miles on them and are just under 1/2 tread. Just make sue you rotate them atless every 3k miles. For me I'm running 30psi, just do the chalk test to see what will be good for your jeep.
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