Sumitomo tires

Discussion in 'FS&W Forum' started by DaveR, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. DaveR

    DaveR True Classic

    Location:
    Minneapolis, MN
  2. Karfrik

    Karfrik Albert

    Location:
    FtWorth Texas USA
    Sent him an email seeing if he ll ship and how much for them.
    Are they from someone here???
     
  3. JimD

    JimD Waiting for Godot... Moderator

    Location:
    Missouri, USA
    Hi Albert,

    The CL ad says $10000000!!!!

    Shipping should be included at that price. ;)
     
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  4. DaveR

    DaveR True Classic

    Location:
    Minneapolis, MN
    Actually it says $10000000 or make an offer, so you maybe able to negotiate the price and shipping. If they go for $10000000 hopefully we will see some manufacturers adding 185/60/13 to their offerings in the U.S.
     
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  5. Karfrik

    Karfrik Albert

    Location:
    FtWorth Texas USA
    Hahahaha...nothing yet from the seller
     
  6. Karfrik

    Karfrik Albert

    Location:
    FtWorth Texas USA
    Seller updated ad...$90!!...but still no response from him
     
  7. Pete Whitstone

    Pete Whitstone True Classic

    Location:
    McKinney, TX
    If they were bought in March 2010 then they were manufactured some time prior to that. Around here, tires won't pass inspection if the date code is 10 years old. So these have, at most, a year and a half of useful life, Possibly substantially less. Better burn them up fast. :p

    Pete
     
  8. Karfrik

    Karfrik Albert

    Location:
    FtWorth Texas USA
    Hi Pete
    Hi Pete, im aware of the date codes on tires. But then who inspect them?....the guys doing state insp or the guys working on your tires when needed???....ive never seen a state insp guy going thru this.....lmk...thanks
     
  9. Pete Whitstone

    Pete Whitstone True Classic

    Location:
    McKinney, TX
    State inspection guys, and the tire shop guys, depending on who you use. Discount Tire will ALWAYS look. A lot of the smaller, independent shops, not so much. But it's the state inspection problem that would kill it for me. Maybe things are more lax in Tarrant county? Or maybe it's the state inspection guys I have been using, usually the Valvoline oil change place up the road... not sure.

    Pete
     

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