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Old 08-15-2007, 01:01 PM   #1
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Just got a quote from the local tire shop for the 5er. 7 Michelin 16" XPS Ribs mounted, ballanced, Metal stems, stainless centercaps, 36 lug nuts, mounted on Eagle Alloy 058's. Cash out the door. Better than destroying the trailer though.----Proflow
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Just got a quote from the local tire shop for the 5er. 7 Michelin 16" XPS Ribs mounted, ballanced, Metal stems, stainless centercaps, 36 lug nuts, mounted on Eagle Alloy 058's. Cash out the door. Better than destroying the trailer though.----Proflow
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Old 08-17-2007, 06:25 AM   #3
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Unless you live in a small town, you can do better than that on the price.
I paid $2100 for all 7 of my tires/wheels.
You don't need new lugnuts, unless you want them.
I do agree, good move to get them.
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Old 08-18-2007, 08:28 PM   #4
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Ok, I actually went out the door @ 2460. I wanted S.S. caps & didnt want to put the cheap, half rusted, peeling after one use lug nuts back on ! I cant wait to see the difference in ride, but, I did a Fifth Airborne pin box too. I know ---do one mod at a time, but hey. It just hasnt been on any trips lately! ---Proflow
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