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Yeah, I could go that route - even just emailed quote requests to a couple
of local dealers in the Albany area - but if I could shortcut the search by
utilizing someone's personal experience, that'd be peachey.
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...... Original Message .......
On Thu, 16 Oct 2003 10:13:12 -0400 Jason Ross <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>On Thursday, October 16, 2003, at 09:13 AM, Marc Guido wrote:
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>> OK, I'm pretty much convinced that Hakks are the way to go. I need
>> 225/50-16, which apparently limits me to the 2s or the Qs.
>>
>> I also see that TireRack.com doesn't carry Nokian. Any recommended
>> sources
>> for a good price out there?
>
>Not sure who has the best price, but take a trip to Northern Vermont
>(Burlington / Montpelier / Mad River Valley) and wherever you are there
>will be 3 places selling them within a 5 mile radius.  Really...  every
>tire shop / gas station up here seems to sell them.
>
>Perhaps use that new fangled world wide web thingy to find some phone
>numbers of service stations / tire shops and start there - see if they
>have your size.
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>Jason - "redraobwons"
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