Tire help

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by DirtyCajun, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. DirtyCajun

    DirtyCajun Junior Member

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    Being this is the first actual driveable truck Ive ever own let alone a 4x4. Could yall reccomend a good set of tires that wont bust my wallet. Looking to not exceed over $300-350
    Only need two of them as my rear tires are still good but the front ha a few months left in them. Just gona pull the rear to the front and wanna throw some decent not too insane mud grips on the back.

    Tires on it are 265 70r 17

    Yes I am new to all this!

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  2. cowboy

    cowboy Sheriff Staff Member

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    looking for new mud tires in your price range is going to be tough. Most start at $250 a tire, unless you find them on craigslist. Now you can find a great all terrain tire for much less and be perfect for within your budget.
     
  3. iowaredneck

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    hate to tell you but with a 4x4 you are better off replacing all 4 tires at one time especially if you are changing size or tread patterns such as moving from a street tire to a mud terrian.
     
  4. DirtyCajun

    DirtyCajun Junior Member

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    Yea im not lookin for any insane gripped tires. All terrain might be what i need. Just lookin for something with a little good grip to it if im ever in a pinch.
     
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    str8t six never enough

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    this is correct. Tires for a 4x4 truck are usually a big deal and require laying down a decent chunk of change.
     
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    Wrangler Duratracs.
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    Look on craigslist...
     
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