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trade my 39.5 iroks?

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by emoo99, May 3, 2005.

  1. emoo99

    emoo99 1/2 ton status

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    I'm looking for 4 or 5 BFG MT 35x12.5x15's, or anything similiar with hard rubber that will take pavement abuse, I just looked at my 39.5x13.5x15 Iroks and there wearing too fast and i think it's a waste of tire to be driving around as a DD, and if i keep it up they will be bald in the next year or so.. I'll trade someone for some MT or possible AT's in good condition for my Iroks, tire must be a 35 or bigger with my 5.13's ....Iroks are about 50-60% tread...
     
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    If you still have them in August when I get to cali Ill trade you my 35" MTRs :dunno: or 37 x 16.5 Goodyear MTs :thumb:
     
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  3. grundy99

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    I have four 35X12.50R15 Pro Comp Mud Terrains
    They work awesome on the street. Nice and quiet on the freeway.
    They are at about 75%
    I am going to be going up that way in a couple weeks so i could deliver them
    Lets work a deal.
    Send me a pm if you want pics
     
  4. BIG*RED

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    i've got 4 35x12.50 15 mud terrains with about 65% tread left and 4 bfg a/ts of the same size that only have been ran about 450 miles...let me know if you are interested in eaither
     
  5. emoo99

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    pm sent...
     
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    I have a set of 35 12.50 15 wild country mud terain tires almost brand new with warranty at least 95% tread left and they are good pavement and fairly good for playing in the mud.
     
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    TTT
    rick, talk to me after Naches if I still have them.
     
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    i talked to brent about the whole thing with the tires he has on the other blazer and he is fine with that if you want to do that to just stop putting wear on your tires now.
     
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    i'll have to think about it.. your 2 fronts are in ok shape, they could be better but i don't really like rear one with the sidewall buldging out like that.. looks like someone put way too much air in it..
     
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    anyone else have any offers? looking for a set of streetable 35's or bigger AT or MT. OR $650 OBO
     
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    ya the front ones have a little more wear but the rears are new and someone did put a little to much air in it. dont forget they come with a full warranty also.
     
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    $600? grundy i e-mailed ya, rick call me after the 1st.
     
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    I didnt get an email from you
    try again
     
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    somethin's up with my verizon e-mail account sometimes it doesn't send.. i'll try again tonight when i get home.
     
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    i have a set of TSL Radials 36 X 14.5/15 wheels and tires. See picture below. I have more pictures if you need them.
    PM me if you are interested.

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    really looking for some BFG's or similar.. something that doesn't wear so fast on the road.
     
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    35" MTRs?? :dunno:
     
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    i see from your location your in germany.. i'd like mtr's but shipping my 40's to germany i might as well buy some new 44's and a doubler.
     
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    he's moving to cali soon.
     
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    How about some M/T Baja Claw Radials? I have a set of (4) 315x75R16 mounted on 16x8" (8-lug) aluminum wheels. 3 of the tires are at 80% (16/32") and one is brand new (19/32") with 0 miles. They have been rotated religiously every 3000 miles and have worn perfectly. If you do the same, they will last you a long time. Very quiet and smooth on the road. Yet, kick-ass traction when aired down off-road. I see you have 8-lug axles. Perhaps we could swap wheels too. That way it would be bolt-on and go for you. You're not that far away... Let me know if interested!
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    This is the new one compared to the used one.

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