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    Default Trailer tires

    My boat brothers and sisters, I'm looking to replace my tires on my EZloader.
    Where is the best place to get trailer tires.
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    Hello Sir

    Go to six-roblees ( on Commercial drive in mountian view) and talk to Ben, he is great people and he will hook you up.

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    Or you could go to any of the three Alaska Tire Service locations and buy local. I purchase all of my tires from them. Great service!
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    I imagine you'll get as many different answers as posters, but at least you'll have plenty of good choices.

    I have always gotten good prices and great service from TDS, on International.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan in Alaska View Post
    I imagine you'll get as many different answers as posters, but at least you'll have plenty of good choices.

    I have always gotten good prices and great service from TDS, on International.
    I use TDS for my truck
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    As the others have said, TDS is the place to go. There prices are very good, the help is excellent. I have been buying my tires there for both of my rigs for many years and when the time comes for new tires for my trailer, I will go there as well. They are located behind Wild Berry Products on Intl Airport Road. Their phone # is 562-2010. They will do you right... "fishon"



    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    I use TDS for my truck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the fisher View Post
    As the others have said, TDS is the place to go. There prices are very good, the help is excellent. I have been buying my tires there for both of my rigs for many years and when the time comes for new tires for my trailer, I will go there as well. They are located behind Wild Berry Products on Intl Airport Road. Their phone # is 562-2010. They will do you right... "fishon"
    Set of 4 st225/75r15 $138 per tire installed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    Set of 4 st225/75r15 $138 per tire installed
    i know this is old but a six roubles in anchorage st205/75r14 with rims ready to go 134.00 and change. Per tire.

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    SIX Robblees is always over priced and the guys often think they know more than you. TDS is not called GCR. They are hands down the best and fast.

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    I will have to see if they carry 10 ply 15", only place I could find a 10 ply was Trailer Craft

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    The place in Wasilla next to Hatchers Pass Polaris on the parks has a good deal on these tires on rims. $125 out the door. Just picked one up the other day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    The place in Wasilla next to Hatchers Pass Polaris on the parks has a good deal on these tires on rims. $125 out the door. Just picked one up the other day.
    Big Bubba Trailers in Wasilla. Good guys and great prices.

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    I use TDS quite a bit. Last time I went in for trailer tires they encouraged me to switch to radial from bias ply saying that they will last longer and wear better. I did this, and have not had to change a tire since.
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    $135 10 ply15" at trailer craft

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    Alyeska tire always has 10ply 15" tires in stock. Both my winter and summer trailers wear 4 each of them.

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