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Old 06-30-2010, 08:49 PM
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I have a 00 blazer with bald 235/70/15 tires on it, ready to get new tires and want a size bigger. What is a good tire for a good price to get for the blazer? lookin to spend in the $400-$450 maybe
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At $450, there are a few options, But do you have 4x4? 4 door? From the 235/70/15 I will assume a 4x4....

I would look into a 30 in tire maybe a 31 in tire....
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How big of tires are you wanting? You just wanting something a little thicker or some big off roading tires or...?
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its a 4door but 2wd, im just wanting some thicker looking more aggressive tire for not a lot of money im thinking just maybe 235/75/15 i dont' want to have to lift it or worry about rubbing
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look at the dakota tires are pep boys. I think the 235/75/15's are just over $100 a tire and then you get the 4th free. I've had both the a/t's and the m/t's both are good tires for the price
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Yeah, if your wanting something just a little thicker that sounds like a good deal.
I bought Firestone Fireahwk GT tires for mine and I like them a lot but they are about $160 each.
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you could look at bfg a/t's as well

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they LOOK the best imo. they do pretty good off road. they don't perform to what I do but they are perfect for someone who does light off roading. They handle nice on the road too
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Im a huge fan of the BFG All-Terrain tires. They did win the Baja 1000 20 years in a row.

After that Id go with the Cooper Discovery series of tires.
Cooper bing the ONLY tires made in America by an American owned company.
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I have cooper discoverers and i love them. They make a little noise but they stick to the road better than my stock tires and will pull you through mud without a problem. Theyre pricey but i got mine used and they're still better than anything i've driven on.
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id try to find a used tire place. If youre in the dc area, i go to Paul's. They're great. I got a set of 31" mud tires for $140 mounted and balanced.
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