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Old 01-19-2011, 08:20 PM   #15
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Why couldn't you order from Welcome | Sears Canada and have them shipped to your store?

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Old 01-20-2011, 12:36 AM   #16
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Why couldn't you order from Welcome | Sears Canada and have them shipped to your store?
They are just too expensive. The tires I have available to me here in Port Alberni BC are just under $100.00 each and the ones from Sears are $270.00 each. Too big a difference for me to even consider buying from Sears.

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You can have the gear in the transmission changed to compensate the odometer and speedometer. Being that most are computerized it should take care of the cruise too.
You can use an online tool for checking how it will work in graphical mode...i cant recall the mode but its useful,,google it
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I think this is the one yer after, but it doesn't do old Bias sizes:

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