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Old 11-21-2012, 05:30 PM   #1
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WTB (1) 235/85-16 for full height spare

It's getting chilly out and I still have my 28" stock spare.

If anyone happens to be parting with a used 235/85r16 tire or wheel and tire together let me know. It's an odd side that not many run but I thought I'd throw the line out because I'm in the market. If it is attached to the wheel I'd have to check the bolt pattern and make sure it fits my Pickup but it should if it fit your truck.

I'm running 265/75r16s right now but just need a wheel/tire of equal height for a spare. Would prefer C load before a heavy E but understand that is even more rare. Would also prefer something that will perform well in the snow like an AT over a MT but again, about anything formidable will do. Thanks for letting me know if you come across one.
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:23 PM   #2
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