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Old 05-16-2016, 08:21 PM   #1
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New Toyo tires for my Revolution. Any resale value in the old tires?

So, I went out and bought some new Toyo M122's for my Class A. I'm wondering if there is any resale value in my Bridgestone R260's? If so, any ideas how or where to market them? They do have sidewall cracking, but plenty of thread. I was thinking maybe for trailer tires for a big rig? Any ideas would be appreciated .
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I have sold multiple sets of take off tires for $50-100 each tire, tread and condition depending, via Craigslist.
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Many tire shops will not touch an out of date tire. jus saying.
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Thanks, I'll run an ad and see.
Yeah, my tire dealer had no use for them.
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Here in WI, farmers will buy RV tires for their field trucks. Some last them for several years after they were on an rv for 8 years.
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I think it depends heavily on the tire size. If it's a size that can be run on a big utility trailer or offroad equipment, there are always plenty of buyers who need used tires for those and age is often not a consideration. If its one of the sizes that are typically used only on motorhomes (like my 295/80's), there is little or no market for them.
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I sold (7) 8 year old G670 (295s) for $400 on craigslist.
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I think it depends heavily on the tire size. If it's a size that can be run on a big utility trailer or offroad equipment, there are always plenty of buyers who need used tires for those and age is often not a consideration. If its one of the sizes that are typically used only on motorhomes (like my 295/80's), there is little or no market for them.
Times two on that one. I have that size and even though they looked great, had little wear, but had aged out, my tire guys said sorry, no value.
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Times two on that one. I have that size and even though they looked great, had little wear, but had aged out, my tire guys said sorry, no value.

Same here so I gave them to a local wrecker company.
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I sold my eight year old 295's for $50.00 each.
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