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Old 08-08-2017, 07:05 PM
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Hello! posting this to confirm with anyone else about a combination of my rim and tire I am planning on putting on my stock 2005 4x4 Edge. I have been researching for the past few weeks and just need some confirmation.

I am planning on buying Pro Comp 7069 in flat black along with BFG KO2s and was wondering if I should go with

265/75r16 on 16x8 OR 31x10.50x15 on 15x8 OR 32x11.50x15 on 15x8

My research has yielded that plenty of people run these combinations without rubbing and TT crank which I plan to do in the future, I also dont do any major off roading.

Thanks everyone!!
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Old 08-09-2017, 12:52 AM
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Hello! posting this to confirm with anyone else about a combination of my rim and tire I am planning on putting on my stock 2005 4x4 Edge. I have been researching for the past few weeks and just need some confirmation.

I am planning on buying Pro Comp 7069 in flat black along with BFG KO2s and was wondering if I should go with

265/75r16 on 16x8 OR 31x10.50x15 on 15x8 OR 32x11.50x15 on 15x8

My research has yielded that plenty of people run these combinations without rubbing and TT crank which I plan to do in the future, I also dont do any major off roading.

Thanks everyone!!


https://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp

I've been using this for almost 2 decades and there are several ways to use it. "Play" with specs below, try different settings, compare results, see difference..."

You can actually go through the site and actually choose your vehicle and in Box 1 it will put the the original specs. So far from my experiences at least in the sense of specific vehicles its been pretty accurate so far. But if you know your specs or just want to compare tire and/or wheel package upgrades.







It allows you to view wheel offsets, tire size comparisons, and offers many added bits of information such as tire clearances as well as other conditions to consider or pay attention to for modification or alter.

Hope this becomes of good use..
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Old 08-09-2017, 10:11 AM
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Default Re: Rim and tire confirmation!

Im pretty set on getting the 32s with 15x8 rims just because lots of people of the forum seem to be running it stock with no problems.

Im just waiting for pricing from a few shops till I decide to buy it through them or online on 4wheel because it might be cheaper even with shipping to Canada.

Appreciate the help and ill have to remember that website for future references! I did use a website similiar to that and it even had a diagram of the wheels and tire which I found super helpful.

Thanks again!
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Old 08-09-2017, 03:49 PM
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If it were me, Id ask the shops in question what their best price is on everything OTD and see if their willing to negotiate any on the price, especially if they're local shops worth supporting before going online.

Majority of online shops dont have brick and mortars and drop ship from suppliers more than you would think, the cost offset is keeping doors open on the local shops, finding and keeping good employees to do the work correctly, and helping them to grow because HOPEFULLY, they see the potential growth in their PMA to be able to get deeper discounts and pass them on to their clients in appreciation for repeat business.

Thats why I like "clients" - they return almost every time even if only for advice and even they purchase elsewhere (you cant possibly have everything they want). But they still come to you first because of a trust factor and send all of their better friends and associations to you.

Customers will buy from anyone to save a dollar if only a single $1 because there is NO loyalty... [Hence why does all customers expect a discounted price when they've never shown that loyalty? It's not like as if they care whether your open or shut down, just that they got the best price they think possible].

This is/was geared more for car sales but I've found over the years that it can fit almost any retail template associated with the automotive markets. It’s amazing how much your relationship with your customer determines the sale…

72% of customers tell their salesperson they are “just looking” at the initial greeting.

71% of customers say they bought their vehicle because they like, trusted and respected their salesperson.

85% of consumers say their salesperson DID NOT control the sales process, build any rapport or interviewed their sales person.

88% of customers said they received a lousy presentation and demonstration.

50% of customers said they bought on the spot when they got what they felt was a good presentation and demonstration.

93% of customers did not get a service walk as part of the sales process.

94% of salespeople are not confident of the price in the close.

90% of sales people DO NOT do any follow-up whether the customer purchases or not.

82% of customers cannot remember the sales persons name 1 year after their purchase.

78% of customers who visit your showroom buy a vehicle somewhere.

85% of customers made up their mind to purchase a vehicle before they left their house.

38% of customers purchase within 4 hours of visiting their first dealership.

57% of consumers purchase within 3 days of visiting their first dealership.

90% of customers purchase within 1 week of visiting their first dealership.

30% of customers have a family member who will purchase a vehicle in the next 90 days.


Like I said, call for your pricing to these guys, find out what your paying for and getting for your money and if you dont ask... you dont get.

Hope you get the deal you want

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