View Full Version : Best place to get BFG All-Terrains.
03-06-2006, 08:22 AM
Looking for the best price. Anyone....Anyone.....Anyone???
03-06-2006, 08:32 AM
Try Sam's Club. May need to special order, but they're about $8/tire cheaper then NTWonline for 33/10.5/15. With shipping, lifetime rotation, road hazard it could be an even better deal.
03-06-2006, 11:50 PM
03-07-2006, 12:16 AM
tirerack.com has always been the cheapest online vendor that I've found..... I don't know about local shops though.
03-07-2006, 12:58 AM
I was gonna buy them from tirerack, but after shipping and shop charges it actually turned out to be more $$$ than the Local Tire Kingdom. ($791 mounted, balanced, and free rotations for life)
I'm not sure if they have Tire Kingdoms in Richmond or not though. Maybe find a local shop that would match price w/Tire Rack?
03-07-2006, 06:29 AM
On ebay, there's an ebay store called LibertyTireCo or company one or the other that claims to be a mom and pop store and I got a set of 265/75 A/T's for around 650 to my door step.
03-08-2006, 07:56 AM
673 + tax at my local Sams Club in Louisville, KY. But, I am getting them at Ken Towery (a chain here that I usually go to) for the matched price. I am getting stock size, but Sam's has a few sets of the 265/75/16's, FYI.
Is there any advantage to getting the 75s to the 70 stocks?
03-08-2006, 12:23 PM
My "don't bother shopping" place has always been Discount Tire. I'd go there when I was convinced that shopping around wouldn't save more than a few dollars. When I bought 5 new tires for my truck I shopped around and couldn't find a better price than Discount Tire so they are probably worth looking at for you.
FWIW, they have a good reputation honoring their warranty even after off-road abuse and the mounting comes with lifetime balancing.
03-08-2006, 04:25 PM
Costco does have some screamin deals on BFGs.And they fill them with nitrogen too.The thing is,they won't mount anything that is more than 3% larger than stock size.So,for instance,if you want to put 285s on a Tacoma,they won't do it.But you can still buy them over the counter,and have them mounted elsewhere.Doing it that way,you don't get some of the warranty stuff,like free lifetime balancing,rotation,etc..
What I am planning on doing (as suggested by a friend who works in a Costco tire center) is to get a written quote from Costco,take it to Discount,and they'll match it.That way,I get the Costco price,and still get road hazard,rotation,balancing,etc. from Discount.
Just my :2cents:
03-08-2006, 04:33 PM
try your local shops
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