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      09-22-2009, 09:45 AM   #1
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FS: OEM 18" Rubber ONLY (PS2)

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Brand new, they have a couple hundred KM on them AT MOST. I personally have never mounted them on my rims, I bought them as back up wheels for track use or when I return my car from the lease. But I am upgrading to 19s, so I wont be needing these. These tires have 99% tread left on them.

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Looking for $1200 (Canadian funds)
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      09-22-2009, 11:16 AM   #2
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That's pretty close to the retail price. Did you buy them from a retailer or from and individual who took them off their car?
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      09-22-2009, 11:38 AM   #3
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That's pretty close to the retail price. Did you buy them from a retailer or from and individual who took them off their car?
To my knowledge, they are $450 per tire (CANADIAN funds)so considering that. I think $1200 is fair.
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Keep in mind selling is asking in CAD, not USD.
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      09-22-2009, 12:49 PM   #5
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To my knowledge, they are $450 per tire (CANADIAN funds)so considering that. I think $1200 is fair.
That must be why my Canadian friends always have me bring them tires when I come north.
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Keep in mind selling is asking in CAD, not USD.
Keep in mind our USD$ sucks right now. Here is the exchange rate as of today. Also, there has been several sets of 18" wheels with tires + TPM's go for $1,200-$1,400USD here on the forum. Someone in CAD might be able to save some money buying them just because everything costs more in CAD, in the US this is the cost of brand new tires, but the exchange rate is a moot factor.

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Keep in mind our USD$ sucks right now. Here is the exchange rate as of today. Also, there has been several sets of 18" wheels with tires + TPM's go for $1,200-$1,400USD here on the forum. Someone in CAD might be able to save some money buying them just because everything costs more in CAD, in the US this is the cost of brand new tires, but the exchange rate is a moot factor.

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a Canadian may be able to buy them for $1200-$1400 us, but add shipping of AT LEAST $200 + customs + duties. and then do the exhcange rate, and your close to $1800-$1900 CDN.

Im trying to sell local, I dont think a US member will be buying these.
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a Canadian may be able to buy them for $1200-$1400 us, but add shipping of AT LEAST $200 + customs + duties. and then do the exhcange rate, and your close to $1800-$1900 CDN.

Im trying to sell local, I dont think a US member will be buying these.
I agree, like I said this would be better for someone north of the border, not so much for us down here. Could save $700-$800CAD. Good luck with sale!
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I agree, like I said this would be better for someone north of the border, not so much for us down here. Could save $700-$800CAD. Good luck with sale!
Exactly, thats what Im thinking!
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I bought a set for a couple hundred less.. but you never know.. I had to pay shipping.
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