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Anyone know of a good place near Duluth to fine used tires? I need 2- rims and wheels (5 lug, p205/75r14)

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fleet farm have good prices I got a tire and rim for 38 dollars in lakeville

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Try Tires Plus or Duluth Tire. I know Tires Plus in Superior has them but I dont know how often they have trailer tires. For the price of a new tire I would go new. Country Boy Auto will usually have used rims for ya.

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If you go new, the best price is going to be up at Northern in Hermantown. They run quite a few sales too.

Sully

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Sully is correct I forgot about them. Thanks Sully!

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Thanks!

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