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Old 11-11-2011, 07:41 AM   #1
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ACE - Spare Tire Info Continental HSR 225/70R19.5

For you fellow ACE owners ... Continental HSR 225/70R19.5
I just got a NEW spare tire mounted on a wheel / rim for $300 plus shipping.
That's an incredible deal !
Especially since the Continental HSR 225/70R19.5 tires are back ordered all over the country. If you get a flat it will take weeks for whatever tire service you have to find you a new tire. And you will sit and wait.

This outfit has a bunch of new " take-offs " from a fleet of Fire Trucks that they are selling for $175 each. They also have some wheel / rims if you want them to mount the tire and send you the whole tire ready to install.

The company is Rickson in Maryland.
Rickson Wheel Manufacturing - Continental HSR 225s - Take Offs! $175/each

I dealt with Heather Knutson in sales 1-800-587-7633. She was great.

Tire = $175
Rim = $115
Mounting = $30

My shipping to California = $107

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Old 11-11-2011, 09:21 PM   #2
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Payed about the same for mine a few months back...probably the same place in Wisconsin near Green Bay,,,go Pack go!..

Best to have a tire on the rim and balanced to save time too. But it does take up space and extra weight (about 1/4 wt capacity of the rear compartment- see label).
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