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Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« on: 02/11/10, 07:48PM »

Offline ford381stroker

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I have a hookup on military tires and will be making a trip down south real soon for more.

36's starting at $150 for 4
37's starting at $150 for 4
42's starting at $400 for 4
46's starting at $400 for 4
52's starting at $400 for 4
53's starting at $400 for 4

I have some 53's that are 95% or better that have a perfect 1" hole cut in each 1 sidewall.  Could be vulcanized, tubed or run the way they are.  $200 for 4


Let me know what you are intersted in and I will take care of you.

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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #1 on: 02/12/10, 12:11AM »

Offline capt-mac

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I'm interested in the 36 or 37 depending on the rim size I need 15's or 17's you can call or text me at.       417-464-5894
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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #2 on: 02/12/10, 04:52PM »

Offline 2jeepdrivers

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Phillip what size of rim do the 42's need? I am guesssing sixteens but if they are 16.5's I may want a set.
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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #3 on: 02/12/10, 10:36PM »

Offline mayonnaise

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I am definitely interested. When are you leaving? What direction you going? Are the $150 for 4 good tread, 80%, 90%?

I was able to find a lot of information about the 37" tires (poor sidewalls, no flex, etc.), but what about the 36"? I can't stand driving the bias ply Iroks around town, so am looking for something more DD friendly that won't let me down on the trail. 

Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #4 on: 05/13/10, 08:10PM »

Offline 834x4

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if im not mistaken the 36"s and 37"s are 16.5 right? when will you have them back in mo.?

Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #5 on: 05/15/10, 01:42PM »

Offline willysman22

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Do you still have any 36 or 37's?
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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's
« Reply #6 on: 05/15/10, 07:20PM »

Offline travis grimm

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Ok guys, post up on what size and how many military tires you  need. Next week we will pick up many. Phillip posted diameters, most rim sizes are 16.5.   We will take care of you. -tg-
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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #7 on: 05/16/10, 01:55PM »

Offline willysman22

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I need 4 37's with good tread(70% or better).How much would they run?
80' short-bed Toyota, Lexus V8, yota' stuff
09' Suzuki Kingquad 750AXI
48'Willys CJ2A
18' Jeep JLU Sport HT

Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's
« Reply #8 on: 05/18/10, 12:05PM »

Offline travis grimm

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Are we only bringing one set of tires? Anybody else?
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Re: Military tires 36's, 37's, 42's, 53
« Reply #9 on: 05/18/10, 12:30PM »

Offline goldswim5

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Are there any rim sizes that aren't 16.5?
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