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5seriesHB 01-31-2013 04:11 AM

315/35/20's For Sale
 
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BridgestoneDueler H/P Sport RFT(Street/Sport Truck 315/35/20 rear and 275/40/20 front "Tires Only" 2k miles exactly on them. No high speed cornering or racing at all. Just family cruising.
$900 or best offer for set of (4)
Location: Orange County/ Los Angeles CA pickup
They sell New for around $1400 for 4 tires
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....port%20Package
Tires are in fantastic condition... No tire / curb rash at all.
Cheers
Rob

5seriesHB 02-01-2013 06:19 AM

offers?

ndabunka 02-01-2013 05:55 PM

You "generally" only get about 50% of retail prices for used tires but separate from that, your listing doesn't actually show WHICH tires you are trying to sell. A reader would have to open up the link to see that you are selling Bridgestone HP's. Others may feel they are better but I personally stayed away from them when the dealership offered them to me as alternatives for the Dunlop OEM run flats. I passed and had them install the Conti DWSs prior to delivery because I wanted a tire that would work well in the snow and they do a great job.

PS - While I "think" I know what you are talking about, tires do not normally experience "curb rash". That is typical of a RIM description instead.

dkreidel 02-01-2013 06:22 PM

You will do better if you place this in the Wheels and Tires classified forum - the mods can get hinky when they see a lot of classifieds in the model specific forums.

dk

5seriesHB 02-01-2013 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ndabunka (Post 7353831)
You "generally" only get about 50% of retail prices for used tires but separate from that, your listing doesn't actually show WHICH tires you are trying to sell. A reader would have to open up the link to see that you are selling Bridgestone HP's. Others may feel they are better but I personally stayed away from them when the dealership offered them to me as alternatives for the Dunlop OEM run flats. I passed and had them install the Conti DWSs prior to delivery because I wanted a tire that would work well in the snow and they do a great job.

PS - While I "think" I know what you are talking about, tires do not normally experience "curb rash". That is typical of a RIM description instead.

Got it!
ps how do u like the contis...nice supple ride, not floaty though?


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