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Old 05-05-2012, 06:03 PM   #1
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What should I pay for this combo?

Need a quick reply before these are gone! Looking to buy my first set of wheels and tires. Found a set locally...I know these wont fit with my stock suspension height without trimming, but I'd like to grab these if they're a good deal and put them on when I install my lift kit. I'm relatively new to the offroad scene, so I'm not quite sure about pricing all terrain tires and wheel combos yet.

16x8 Ultra wheels in matte black, on 285/75/16 BF Goodrich AT's mounted and balanced. They came off his '07 4x4 Taco, so they are the correct lug pattern. 14/32 still on the tires.

The seller is asking $950 for the set of 4. He's had them up for a few weeks, and claims they're sitting in his garage...what do you think I should offer him?

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Old 05-05-2012, 06:06 PM   #2
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Those look pretty good. I bought mine new with rims and it was close to $1500. Sounds like a good deal to me mayybe someone else will chime in on what to offer him.
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Old 05-05-2012, 06:08 PM   #3
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That's the most I would pay - the tires and wheels are in good shape. It just depends on how much you want them. I would estimate they would cost about $1500 brand new. I sold basically the same setup for $600 but I was in a HUGE rush to get rid of them.
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Not on Topic, but curious as to why the decal on the car is backwards.
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With TPMS valve stems too ... ... could not tell if those were regular valve stems or TPMS valve stems.
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Anybody else have an idea of what they'd offer him?
$650 sounds like a good place to start. I think he's asking a bit too much.
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I think your idea is good. $900 is fair, and $650 isn't super lowballing either. It's just going to come down to how much you want them and how much he wants to get rid of them. Hopefully you'll meet somewhere in the middle. Good luck.
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Old 05-06-2012, 02:20 AM   #10
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Anybody else have an idea of what they'd offer him?
I'm no genius but Those are re- tread tires. I picked mine up for 500 shipped. You do the math.
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Old 05-06-2012, 02:39 AM   #11
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I'm no genius but Those are re- tread tires. I picked mine up for 500 shipped. You do the math.
How do you know they're retread? Isn't that illegal/never done on passenger vehicle tires?

I just picked up this set...he was firm on $950, but after some talking down I got walked away paying $850 with a set of 4000k HID kits to sweeten the deal. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase so far.
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I'm no genius but Those are re- tread tires. I picked mine up for 500 shipped. You do the math.
RETREAD? Trying to figure out where you got that from?
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I'm no genius but Those are re- tread tires. I picked mine up for 500 shipped. You do the math.
I want to know how you can tell too
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Those are not retread!
My tires look like the same exact thing.
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Those are not retread!
Exactly, WTF? I would'nt admit to buying retreads anyway
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Where did you find them?
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Old 05-06-2012, 12:56 PM   #17
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Where did you find them?
Somebody on ToyotaNation was selling them in the classifieds section, and he turned out to live just a couple miles away from me.

Going to attempt to mount these today on stock suspension. Will be trimming of course, pics will be up tonight.
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How do you know they're retread? Isn't that illegal/never done on passenger vehicle tires?

I just picked up this set...he was firm on $950, but after some talking down I got walked away paying $850 with a set of 4000k HID kits to sweeten the deal. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase so far.
I'm not positive but it looks like they have that ring around the tire where they are joined. And no they are not illegal and used on passenger cars. Good deal regardless.
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I want to know how you can tell too
looks like they have the ring you get from being joined with recycled carcases.

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Those are not retread!
My tires look like the same exact thing.
If you never had any experience with re-treads I would be able to sell you my tires for more than I purchased them new. If I wanted too. They use bfg carcases.

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Exactly, WTF? I would'nt admit to buying retreads anyway
I know you've only been on here for a few days so I'm gonna ask why not?
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Somebody on ToyotaNation was selling them in the classifieds section, and he turned out to live just a couple miles away from me.

Going to attempt to mount these today on stock suspension. Will be trimming of course, pics will be up tonight.
They are 285's right? I thought you have to trim a little to fit those even on a 3" lift.
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