new top and tires


Asked by Feb 19, 2011 at 08:08 AM about the Geo Tracker

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've been searching on the internet for a new soft top and have found them as low as $150.  But I'm also considering a hard top for more sound dampening and security.  Any suggestions?
But for now, I need new tires, which I have been searching for on the internet for the right size.  It has 205/70/15 now, but I saw that 215/70/15 will fit and not rub in tight corners.  I like a more agressive type all season tire that would be good in snow.
Thank you for any suggestions you might have.

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For a set of tires, Kal-tire in Hinton has a set of 5 (4 + spare) for dirt cheap, brand new. 215/70R15 Falken Radials. I was about to buy but my 235/75R15 are treating me quite well.

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