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shipping to canada

what's the shipping like to have 4 tires shipped to alberta canada, tires are so darned exspensive up here!

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Thank you for the post hougie.

Shipping to Canada is free. We do collect the Custom's Fee's up front which is paid to UPS International up front though. This speeds up delivery to you and ensures no further charges to you. The Custom's Fee's are as follows (in USD):

Passange Tires - $40.00 each
LT/SUV Tires - $60.00 each
Wheels - $50.00 edach

We would be happy to quote you a total delivered price. Was there a particular tire model you were interested in?

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ya i like the looks of the nitto terra grappler AT and the old style wrangler MTR. what are those terra grapplers like for tread wear, are they pretty soft? the size is 305 70r16 unless you have something wider that will fit

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ya i like the looks of the nitto terra grappler AT and the old style wrangler MTR. what are those terra grapplers like for tread wear, are they pretty soft? the size is 305 70r16 unless you have something wider that will fit
The Terra Grappler in this size is an excellent tire. They are load rated with a 124 load index and they are 10 ply rated. On the proper width wheels this is a fantastic tire for your truck.

Are your wheels stock or aftermarket? If aftermarket, how wide are they?

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there just stock wheels, but i've always ran 305's.

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We'd recommend them on a slightly wider wheel (8" min) for you to get the most out of them but if we can help you with them either way please let us know.

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i'd like to still know the two prices, i'm not sure what size the stock f350 rim is but it looked awesome with my other 305's so.

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i'd like to still know the two prices, i'm not sure what size the stock f350 rim is but it looked awesome with my other 305's so.

According to my guide they are a 16x7. Here's a link to the unit price. Add what you want to your cart and our website will generate your final to-your-door cost.

Nitto Terra Grappler 305/70R16
Goodyear MTR original 305/70R16

If you would like to speak with someone please call us at 1.888.459.4080. Anyone here would be happy to get your order moving.

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thank you so much for your help!

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can you get ahold of those fierce tires, apparently there a branch of goodyear?

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can you get ahold of those fierce tires, apparently there a branch of goodyear?


Fierce is a private label made by Goodyear and their products are exclusively built for another tire company which we are unable to order at this time.

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it's a branch off of goodyear i believe, or kelly tire. think there both off of goodyear

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