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4 wheeler tires with rims *REDUCED 50$* SOLD*SOLD*SOLD*

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4-ITP 589 MUD & SNOW ATV TIRES. 6 PLY. FRONTS ARE 26x9x12, BACKS ARE 26x12x12. OFF KAWASAKI PRAIRIE. GREAT TREAD. $400.

EMAIL ME: barrettanderson@yahoo.com

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Anyone even looking for atv tires???

I thought that was a fair price but, I guess I was wrong!

Boy, I feel bad for paying what I paid for them!!! You know how it is, buy high, sell low!!! Will anyone take these out of my garage for $350? Final offer.

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What kind of rims? What kind of shape are the rims in? How is the tread? Is the bolt pattern 4/137?

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They are grey rims (not chrome) in good condition. they are not banged or scratched up. tred is very good. they are a four bolt pattern. the tire/rim set is off a kawasaki prairie, I'm not sure what the 4/137 you mention means (sorry).

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could I get pics. and what year was the Praire. I have a 06 King Quad that needs new rires. I can't believe the stock ones have worn so much with only 1100 miles

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Hi fishinrookie,

Be glad to send you some photos if you send me your email address.

Barrett

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please send pics to ren_834@hotmail.com if they are still available...i will need to double check to make sure they will fit the honda but its worth a shot

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