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BFGoodrich tires/American Racing rims

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Set of 4 BFGoodrich all-terrain TKO 285/75/r16 tires (less than 5000K miles) on 5 lug American Racing Ventura polished rims with stainless caps. Looked awesome on Dodge Ram 1500 but sold truck. Email and I will send pictures if interested (m.perell@clearwire.net).

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pic's please florspec at aol.com. Don't remember seeing price.

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pics please, niftybob20 at gmail.com

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send me a pic please. robcook72 at netscape dot net. How much.

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After further consideration I am willing to sacrifice these these for $700. If they fit my new truck I would not be selling them. They are in like new condition, mounted/balanced and have stainless steel center caps. I would be willing to drive a reasonable distance to drop off to their new owner.

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These tires and rims sound sweet. Please send me an e-mail including photo.

Thanks, Tadpole

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My bad, see previous post. My e-mail address is tadpole@infinet.com

Thanks, Tadpole

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These are now available again. I had a taker who just needed time with the finances and he just backed out. If anyone is interested email or call (m.perell@clearwire.net or 218-729-4772).

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I have a '98 F-150 would these bolt on or not if so I'll take some pics alexus@lakedalelink.net

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pics please

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Are these still for sale? Please reply if so.

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