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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Cutting Edge man, Sep 21, 2006.
i need the rear tires. the carlisle tires on the rear are 21x7.00x10 no one has a listing.
www.cedarrapidstire.com has them listed for$42.66
Hmm.. that tire doesn't even show up on the carlisle online catalog.
This tire was a pain to find for me too...I ended up getting it from a tire store much cheaper than the dealer..
Reason being is that Outdoor Power Equipment dealers normally do not move 50-100 tires or more a day. We usually are not set up with a tire distributor and must order tires from our normal source of regular parts. Where we have to get $100 on a tire to make any money on it after it gets shipped in UPS, a tire dealer can probably sell that tire for $60 because he gets a much better price on it from his vehicle tire distributor. I've pretty much started sending people that need the larger back or drive tires to a local tire dealer with the Carlisle part number so they will know what they need.