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Tony in Mass.

01-01-2013 21:39:47

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I wouldn't sell these if I had em. You might kick yourself someday. Rims good? One new tire? Centers and bolts are nice? Wait for another tire to show up, and just keep them in a safe place. The rotten one will come off with a sawzall, going on is much easier.
I have been hoarding every wheel and tire that I run across.... nice to have choices, spares, post a pox eclipse project material etc etc...

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01-02-2013 07:15:00

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 Re: tires in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-01-2013 21:39:47  
what do you do with the old tires ? here in SE Pa i cannot legally burn them the trash people will not take them and the local tire shop charged me 35 bucks to get rid of two 12.4x28 beaters about six years ago.

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Tony in Mass.

01-02-2013 10:22:02

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 Re: tires in reply to s19438, 01-02-2013 07:15:00  
Sawzall with the bimetal? blade makes quick work of them, I like to use pieces as an 'lawn ornament' that keeps someone from driving over a drain grate, too close to the mail box post, things like that. The rest you can chop up into small car tire sized pieces and the weekly trash guy will pick them up. One time he got out and asked me for any more whole ones for the trendy sports 'workout' props. I can think of other things to do for exercise than playing with old tractor tires....whatever does the job? They're all gone....quick clean and legal...

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01-02-2013 11:20:38

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 Re: tires in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-02-2013 10:22:02  
easier tp pay the 35.00/

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01-02-2013 08:18:03

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 Re: tires in reply to s19438, 01-02-2013 07:15:00  
Don't you ever get fog in SE Pa? It really cuts down on the things like small fires that they can see from satellite....!!!!
Sam :shock: :wink: :twisted:
This post was edited by samn40 at 08:19:46 01/02/13.

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01-02-2013 08:31:05

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 Re: tires in reply to samn40, 01-02-2013 08:18:03  
there is no doubt in my mind that a neighbor or two would rat me out.

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