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Old 05-21-2009, 01:19 PM   #1
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A little help about tires

I'm new to the Jeep life and do a good amount of beach driving. I have an 07 wrangler four door (my first jeep) and I am looking for a new or almost new set of tires and rims on the cheap. Nothing special just stock tires, 255/75 either r17 or 18 will work. I looked through the jeep forum for sale pages but don't see many listings. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I could find some cheap? Does anyone else do a lot of beach driving? If so do you run on two sets of tires? I am looking so I can have a set just to beat up on the beach during striper season.

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Craigslist will be your new best friend Where are you located? I'm about an hour and a half or so north of the city- Mark W.

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Try this site a lot of people say they are good and cheap

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I'm in Kearny, just west of Jersey City and Hoboken. I'll check out Craig's List. I'm always sketchy about buying something without seeing it first.
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Craigslist will be your new best friend Where are you located? I'm about an hour and a half or so north of the city- Mark W.
Thanks for the Craig's list tip. I found a nice set of four tires. I actually up graded a little too. Now I just need to find a spare stock Rubicon tire. If anyone is getting rid of a BFG MT 255 75 r17 let me know.
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As long as you air down to about 15lbs you can get by on the beach with the stock tires.

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