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Old 11-02-2011, 04:42 PM   #1
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New Tires

We have researched tires untill the cows come home....LOL!
Ended up going with 6 Hankook AH11's 245 70R 19.5's load range G, our MoHo had GY load range F and as stated many times here on this form, we needed an upgrade.
Best part of the search was where we bought them...our local Ford dealership.They are offering to match anyones price and giving a $100.00 rebate on 4 or more advertised tires. Ford, Lincoln & Mercury Service Coupons and Rebates | Ford, Lincoln & Mercury Owners | FLMowner.com

It gets better....we also got a $114.00 store credit on any parts or service needs...and if I'm lucky Hankook is also offering a $ 80.00 rebate, unless the fine print with fords rebate won't allow me to do so...we will see...
Got new metal valve stems and spin balanced for $2100.00 out the door..
With rebates and store credit subtract $294.00 more....$1806.00
More better ride for sure..
So if your shopping for tires give your Ford dealer a call.

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Old 11-02-2011, 04:46 PM   #2
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