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Old 05-02-2017, 08:08 AM   #1
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New Toyo tires

I ordered 6 new Toyo (M144) 295/80R/22.5 tires for my 06 Revolution. Local tire store here in Houston area. $3000 including mounting and balance. I am replacing 6 Goodyear G670 tires (two front ones new last year from Goodyear with 4000 miles on them) All six Goodyear tires are dated 2013.
I had hit road debris last year and ruined one rear sidewall so I replaced 2 tires and put the new ones on front. I paid 1/2 the 3000 for 2 Goodyear tires mounted and balanced.
Decided on new tires as the wife is now retired and we plan to get on the road full time soon. The Goodyear's are all excellent shape and good date codes so am thinking someone may need the Goodyear take offs for a reasonable price , just not sure where to advertise them. I am not a big Craigslist fan, and think local sale is best.
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Old 05-02-2017, 08:18 AM   #2
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Hello Will! I have at least a couple more years on mine, otherwise i would be interested.

You could try the 5miles app to sell them. I have had much better experience selling on there than craigslist. I have never had spam issues and have sold several trailers on there. Just a suggestion. Free app
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Old 05-02-2017, 08:24 AM   #3
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You will like the Toyos.. selling your old tires will go quickly on craigslist as truckers would buy them for their trailer tires...
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:16 AM   #4
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I went with the M144s also. Sold the G670s (6) on CL for $400 with only 15k miles but they were over 9 years old.
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I have sold several sets of used pull off tires via Craigslist. $50-100 a tire depending on condition. Definitely a good way to pull some cash back into your pocket.
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Where in Houston did ya get the Toyos from ?
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Put an ad in this sites Classified section and mark it for local pick-up only. I've had excellent response selling my items here, including many too heavy or bulky to ship.

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