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    Posted: 13 Jan. 2011 at 8:58am

Often people seem to be looking for NDT's and such tires for rigs. Would an on going thread or something, placed in the "for sale, want or trade" area (maybe) be of value? Prices, locations, best/free shipping, contacts, coupons, styles, etc. Maybe some suppliers might give a discount to members even. Hypo. example: "Hey guys, just got a line on a set of NDT's at ABC Tires in Peoria, checked inventory there. They have one more set avail."

Summit or Coker, etc. might have a deal on shipping or something...
It would allow all to take advantage of others research... Just thinking out loud as I need new skins, too.
I know deals would vary and/or expire but it would be a place for us newbies to start. 
 
 
 
Not too good an idea, huh.      


Edited by kilroy - 15 Jan. 2011 at 9:34am
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Looking around on the innernet they are about $80-90 on the cheapest sites. (this is for NDT military or ag tread)
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How about a bulk purchase with delivery to the Reunion?
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help me out men, what does ndt stand for? is that the standard [factory] tire for 2a's?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote samcj2a Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Mar. 2011 at 4:03pm
And by that, it means that you should not be able to determine the direction of the vehicle's travel by examining the tire tracks.   Yes, the NDT tire was the OEM tire for the 2A.

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I love  this forum!!!  you guys are great!
 
Well, I need 4. Make it 5. where shall I begin?
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I bought 5 last year at the East Coast Rally http://www.militaryvehicleshow.com/ Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Maryland Croker Tire Goodyears 80.00 ea
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I have a 47cj2a and need 5 tires. I found 600x16 firestones 4ply, $94, tubes $15 at Universal Vintage Tire in Maryland. What are "Flaps"? will i need them?
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Originally posted by GloucesterBoy GloucesterBoy wrote:

I have a 47cj2a and need 5 tires. I found 600x16 firestones 4ply, $94, tubes $15 at Universal Vintage Tire in Maryland. What are "Flaps"? will i need them?
the flaps go inside the rim and under the tube. the kept the tube from rubbing.
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