37" Milestar Patagonia MTs for cheap. grab em while you can!

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ah i guess if you call them they give you the sale price. well, AT/DT is not everywhere. so people without one nearby can order them from Walmart or any other place that will price match.

i was able to get mine for $280 out the door through my hook up :jk: crazy price for 37s!
 
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This is a pretty good price, but it really makes me appreciate the smokin deal that @Northridge4x4 ran for Black Friday. All 5 for $977 + tax. Maybe they will again this year.
wow! that's nuts. that's less than i paid for my 35s lol. i remember when i bought my 35s that the 37s werent much more. maybe $250 a tire (bought my 35s for $200ish). seems they have raised their prices quite a bit since then.
 

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I was just referencing the pages-long frenzy last time someone posted discounted tires from walmart...
This ain’t that. This is a legitimate good price that’s not clearly a mistake or typo like that other fiasco. That was just people trying to take advantage of a glitch in the Matrix that they knew wasn’t a real thing but they figured they’d try to see if they could get something for (almost) nothing.
 

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I recently went to 37 inch pats and love them! Compared to the Goodyear mtr‘s they a quite and smooth even though the Goodyears were a load range c and the pats are a d, the pats are way smoother riding. And I paid $265 a tire vs $371 for my second choice bfg ko2s. I live in Oregon and we get plenty of rain, and so far I feel like the pats are above average (for mt’s) for wet traction. Ive been running 35psi in them which seems crazy high for a 37, but milestar recommends running factory pressure for road use. I’ll watch them close and see how they wear. So far I like them and would buy them again. Hope this helps.
 
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