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01-01-2013 16:51:54

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I thought one tire alone was upwards of $400 for new?

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01-01-2013 17:12:18

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 Re: tires in reply to 2tractors, 01-01-2013 16:51:54  
Lets have a look...
Tire alone is around 275.
The problem being finding a buyer desiring to buy one tire. That leaves you trying to underbid a shop and make a quick buck. I have a set of new 11.2 X 28 that will find thier way onto flea bay with a minimal bid of $500. Reserve of ...?
Currentlty the ground is slightly white and 31 degreees and falling. Hopefully tomorrow is warmer and the white will go away.

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01-02-2013 07:22:45

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 Re: tires in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-01-2013 17:12:18  
The cheapest new tire on ebay is 385 and it's not a goodyear, does not have the tube, no rim and no center. This one still has the t!ts on it.Most new ones are around 500 and they are off the wall brands.But only one caller and he thinks it wont fit a ford 8n.

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01-02-2013 17:47:07

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 Re: tires in reply to 2tractors, 01-02-2013 07:22:45  
They will fit the 8N. Just might be able suck them all the way in...

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