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Old 04-21-2009, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to buy 255-75-22.5 Tires?

Hey Guys,
looking for recomendations on where to buy tires for 22.5 alcoa's. Everywhere around here seems to only have the bigger truck tires that are too big and pretty expensive. They cant seem to understand I that I wont be running them on a 80,000lb truck and don't need the heaviest duty tire available! Any brands and a good place to buy them would be great. Looking for an all position tire or something with a little more tread than just the standard highway rib.

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You are looking for a 255/70r22.5 right? I have been having very good luck with the Sumitomos. They are a little softer tire, which will ride better. Best of all, these tires are not out of round as bad as most commercial tires. This will create a good balance without having to shave them. Any local big rig tire dealer should be able to get them. Also for an online link, www.duallywheels4u.com has the 908 series for a good price. Mario is a super nice guy to deal with too.
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thanks! I meant the 70 series, not 75 my mistake.

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