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Westlake Tire for SUVs - SU318 Touring Radial Tire - 235/65R17 $68.27 shipped via Amazon

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Just wanted to tip you guys off to a very decent deal I ran across. CCC says this is the lowest price ever at $68.

Westlake SU318 Touring Radial Tire - 235/65R17 104T

Available at both Amazon and Walmart:

https://www.amazon.com/Westlake-S...B00MZB8C1G
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Westla...W/55180102

If you get them from Walmart, you can have them mount and balance for $12 each with stems. Amazon and you will spend more.

It's a T rated tire, so nothing that great.

I have a set of these cheap Westlake tires on a used Volvo XC90 I just bought. The previous owner wasn't very good about maintenance and didn't rotate - the fronts are needing replacement while the rears are still in very decent shape. And before you blah blah blah about AWD, my understanding is that so long as you're within 3/32nd depth on the fronts and rears you're fine. These are OK tires - grip is fine and they're quiet enough.
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Created 01-08-2018 at 01:27 AM by leroy_sunset
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I live in new york and am thinking of purchasing them for my used 04 Jeep Cherokee. They currently have 245 65r17 on them would these still fit? I am assuming the new ones would be slightly smaller. Are these decent in the snow? Sorry I am in no way a car/tire expert.
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I live in new york and am thinking of purchasing them for my used 04 Jeep Cherokee. They currently have 245 65r17 on them would these still fit? I am assuming the new ones would be slightly smaller. Are these decent in the snow? Sorry I am in no way a car/tire expert.
They'd fit the rim, just slightly narrower. Which some consider an advantage in snow. But these are cheap all seasons and not likely
great snow performers, especially as they age.

All that is a moot point if you plan to have walmart Install, as it's been my experience they won't install any size other than what came OEM on the vehicle.
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