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BFG MTs and ralleys for sale

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by cheyenne10, Jan 15, 2004.

  1. cheyenne10

    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    For sale set of 4, 8" 6 lug ralleys with rings, caps and 35x12.5x15" BFG
    MT KM's. Tires are siped for traction and cooling. New cost would be over $950.
    Tires have real low miles on them just too big for daily
    driving with my 3.08 gears. Would sell for $725

    email me at bob.hines@eweb.eugene.or.us

    Located in Eugene, OR

    not interested in shipping.
     
  2. cheyenne10

    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    I think I will lower price to $675 as-is or for $650 without rings and caps.
     
  3. JIM88K5

    JIM88K5 1/2 ton status

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    How much for tires only ?
     
  4. cheyenne10

    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    If I pay for dismount $550. email me with interest. Might be intersted in part trades for 67-72 chevy parts also.

    cheyennek20@comcast.net
     
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    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    How about tires for $500?
     
  6. cheyenne10

    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    Anyone for 35" BFG MT's tires at $450? What are these worth to you?

    I might be in market for good set of complete axles Dana 44 and 12 bolt with 3.73's
    or other 67-72 chevy parts.
     
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    clubba68 1/2 ton status

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    I may be interested in that trade. I am going to be getting my D44 and 12 bolt w/ 3.73's off of my 1st gen sometime relatively soon. How soon are you looking to get rid of this stuff? I am not sure exactly when my axles are coming off of my truck.
     
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    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    email sent. Are you part time Eugene/Portland?
     
  9. cheyenne10

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    TTT

    I would like to sell these. I also am looking for recomendations
    with pictures or links to websites of good 32" or 33" more AT type tires.

    I do not like the look of the BFG AT but am looking at others.

    Going to be doing some hyw driving and have 3.08 gears.
     
  10. kennyw

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    For AT tires I personnally like the Yokohama Geolander AT's. They have better reviews than the BFG AT's for wet and icy roads and they are cheaper.

    On another note, I worked out a trade for my friends rims for a set of 31's on stock rims and will have a set of 4, 33" Wildcountry AT's to sell for him. I'm thinking about $150 for the set. After comparing them to Topdowns tires they look like approx 40% tread left. Pics are in my member gallery.
     
  11. cheyenne10

    cheyenne10 Registered Member

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    Keeny;

    I think I will pass. Due to the cost anymore of mounting and balancing and that I have had vibration problems with some tires I need to pass. Buying new allows me to go back to dealer if trouble and get rebalanced plus free lifetime balancing.

    I hope to meet some of thes board members one of these days.

    Take care.
     
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    clubba68 1/2 ton status

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    Sorry I didn't get back to you Bob. I don't ever check my email.
    I am full-time in Eugene. I go up to Portland about once a month to visit family and my K5. Yeah, the front 44 has drums as well as the rear 12 bolt. Send me a PM. I respond much quicker. /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif
     

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