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Old 09-01-2011, 01:10 PM
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BFGs - is this a good deal?



is this a good deal to replace my stock set up and have the tires be less stock and thin? There is a very very reputable Tire place here in my area (Creamery Tire) that I've been taking my other vehicles over the years, and just called about these and it seemed like a great deal.

BFG All Terrain T/A KO @ LT275/65R18E1 x 5 = 1160.00 including everything - Tax/Mounting/Balancing/Valves/Tax/Etc

If so, I need just my 1.5 inch levelling kit slapped onand it should work without any other spacers, correct? Can I go any bigger with a 1.5 inch levelling kit w/o any rubbing?

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Sounds like a fair price for 5.

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For that size that is a good deal for 5 of them out the door.
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Thanks for the input. I am still undecided. I might stick to stock rims and this set up, or MB72s on duratracs. Can't seem to make up my mind. Once I replace my sump pump and backup system, I can do whatever I want. Wife's words, not mine. So I'm buying time before I decide. I must have at least 20 threads weighing everything and I still can't decide. But first choice was the new rims and wheels, so chances are that is where I will go in a few weeks.
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