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I've got a 1987 Superliner with 14/80r20 steer tires- I finally found a tire shop who could get them for me today, but I think $850 a tire is a little expensive. What other options that would make $ense are there, (adapters, simple conversions, etc.) I know I'm not the only one who has had to deal with this. Thanks

P.S. They are on dayton wheels, and I need to keep the load rating j (18 ply 9000#)

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They make a 315/85R.22.5 that would be about same as you have,only tubeless,pretty popular size,bet you could buy rims and tires for same or less .

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