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Powerstroke

Full set of tires. SOLD!!!

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I am selling a set of 4 General Grabber AW tires in 265/70/16. I also have one Goodyear Wrangler RT/S in the same size that I bought as a full size spare. All tires have 75% tread left. They are in great shape and I would be happy to show them to you. They are currently being stored indoors in a storage locker but I would be happy to load them up for someone. I can also get pics for those who would be interested.

These tires came standard on my Nissan Xterra and I took them off to replace them with mud tires. These are great all-weather and all-terrain tires. I never off-roaded with them and used them for about 20K miles. The tread is in great shape. These were rotated and balanced regularly.

For those wondering about the size comparison, the 265/70/16 is about 1" shorter than a 265/75/16 but is 1 inch wider. That translates into a 1/2" drop in height but you have a wider contact patch providing better traction and handling. These will fit fine on any vehicle with 245/75/16 and 265/75/16. They are load range C and will handle any size pickup.

My wife (ahem) and I would like to get these out of our storage locker. I would like $275 and I will drive up to 250 miles to deliver or meet someone. contact me with any questions or concerns.

ahamilton@mn.rr.com or (cell) 952-994-5476

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eye

Hey Powerstroke,

I would be interested in those tires. I can't seem to be able to send you a PM. Please let me know if you still have them. Thanks.

Jason

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BarryG

I'd like to see them, but I don't think I want to drive that far to meet you! grin.gif

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Powerstroke

To those interested, I will get pics to you by saturday. I have to borrow a digicam, but I will have one before the weekend. I will need an email addy to send to.

eye-have you emailed me yet?

Barry G-I have looked into shipping and it will be $75-100 for all 5 tires. If you can pay shipping I can be flexible with the price.

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BarryG

I believe I'll pass!

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eye

Powerstroke,

Please email me @ nesses01@msn.com

I work in Rogers, so we could meet somewhere in the middle any evening after work. Hope to hear from you.

Thanks.

Jason

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Powerstroke

eye.....you've got mail.

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Powerstroke

Bump....I've got pics for those interested.

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Powerstroke

Jason (eye),

I'm not able to PM or some reason, ubt I sent you pics and another email. Let me know if you're still interested.

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eye

Yes, I'm interested. I did get the pics, thanks. I've just been swamped with work and the old "honey-do" list! I'll try to call you tonight. Thanks.

Jason

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Outdoors_guy

Can I get some pics of those tires if they are still available? very interested!!

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Powerstroke

Outdoors guy, right now I got eye 1st in line and one other guy who I sent pics. If you want pics. I need your email or you can email me.

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Powerstroke

Jigging Bob you've got mail.

Jason (eye) if I don't hear from you by Thurs. 12-8 I will offer to next person. Get back to me if you're still interested.

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eye

Sorry Powerstroke,

I had a death in the family and had to leave town unexpectedly. I didn't mean to keep you hanging. I can meet you tomorrow after work, if that's ok with you. I will try your cell this afternoon. I appreciate your patience.

Jason

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