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Tony W

10-23-2014 18:18:09




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I am working on a 1952 Chevy 2 ton grain truck that needs new tires. I have been looking for 7.5x20 for the front and 8 x 20 for the rears. All I am finding are China made. Tried many places and checked all name brand companies with no luck. Does any one know who has these or is China the only ones. Help shoe less.
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Notjustair

11-30-2014 19:06:59




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 Re: Tires in reply to Tony W, 10-23-2014 18:18:09  
I bought a set on Craig's list. Some guy had a set of 8.5x20's that still had the knobbies on them. They were mounted on widow maker rims. I paid $100 for four of them and put them on the back of my 58 GMC grain truck. You might be surprised.



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Ron in can

11-16-2014 19:54:49




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 Re: Tires in reply to Tony W, 10-23-2014 18:18:09  
did you ever try Coker tire they make tires for old cars new technology but old look they might do truck tires



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Truckdog62563

10-24-2014 05:08:47




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 Re: Tires in reply to Tony W, 10-23-2014 18:18:09  
Universal Vintage Tire sells STA brand that are USA made. STA means Specialty Tire of America. They list both of your sizes in the online catalog. Stu



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Tony W

10-30-2014 03:33:02




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 Re: Tires in reply to Truckdog62563, 10-24-2014 05:08:47  
Thank You,



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