Finding Deals on tires 35's -37's

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I love all the info about which tires to go with and fitment issues. But I just wanted to start a thread about where everyone is finding the best deals on tire upgrades specifically for 35's and 37's. Wether it is quadratac? discount tire? Amazon? Or Craigslist? Just thought everyone could benefit when they run across a great dea!l I have also seen some awesome combos on here....so wheel tire packages would be great info also!



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I find that small local shops with low overhead are often the cheapest. There is one near me that blows the big-name chains away.
 
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Depending on YOUR situation:

All in (purchase/mount/bal) and done? Discount Tire
I have NOTHING (except want one closer to me) bad to say about them.

If you are a wholesale club (Sam's, Costco, BJs) member, Check them.
Tire prices are usually good. I've had questionable results with their balancing, depends on location.

Best tire price if you have your own shop to mount: https://tiresize.com/
of course check ebay, Walmart, Amazon before hitting the buy button.

HOMEWORK pays!
 

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HOMEWORK!
Depending on YOUR situation:

All in (purchase/mount/bal) and done? Discount Tire
I have NOTHING (except want one closer to me) bad to say about them.

If you are a wholesale club (Sam's, Costco, BJs) member, Check them.
Tire prices are usually good. I've had questionable results with their balancing, depends on location.

Best tire price if you have your own shop to mount: https://tiresize.com/
of course check ebay, Walmart, Amazon before hitting the buy button.

HOMEWORK pays!
I search the internet and then go to my local dealer with the price and they've matched it.
 
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I figured maybe everyone could benefit from a lot of guys searches, especially since some have much better search skills than others...maybe there a special going on at tire kingdom or a blow out sale at Walmart..or a great prime day deal....just thought of it as an info sharing thread for the bigger tire upgrade everyone wants
 

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I have found good pricing at the following:

discounttiredirect.com
tirerack.com
walmart.com
amazon.com

All seem to carry a decent selection of 35 and 37 inch tires and many times are much cheaper than the brick and mortar stores.
 

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one shop near me has 37s with spikes in them. Would that help when crawling or mudd'n?
 

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