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Winter Wheels and Tires - Ready To Mount!

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I purchased these last year for our DJ and used them for one winter (Nov 2016-Mar 2017).  Didn't even bother putting them on this winter before we traded it in (pathetic snow year for us). Paid $860 new from TireRack.com (receipt attached to prove it). They are General Altimax Arctic Winter Tires sized 225/65/R17 with winter wheels (saves the hassle of having to mount/dismount each season, and saves your nice wheels from getting trashed over winter). You can look up the excellent tire reviews online. They were superb tires and got us up the mountains and hills with ease. Selling because we sold our vehicle and they don't fit our new Durango. Tires only have 3-4k miles on them, easily >90% tread left. Saves you hundreds over the price of new ones. They will fit many 5 lug Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Chevy, GMC vehicles, plus many others. The lug bolt pattern is 5-127. Comes with 20 lug nut too, 12x1.5 thread.

 

Asking $550 OBO.  I'm located in Utah for a local pickup, or I can look into shipping costs and work with the buyer to help cover it.  Thanks!

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I tried to enlarge the photo of the invoice, to see what the total weight was (234?).  Wondering what it might run to ship to Ohio, zip code 44610.

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Correct it says 234lb but that seems heavy.  I would guess roughly 40lbs each.  I've shipped wheels and tires before through ups and they we're roughly a buck a pound to ship.  I can try doing a quote, but I'm guessing it would be about $150 total for shipping.  I could help cover the rest if it's over.  Let me check and see.

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Dang it's super expensive nowadays.  I checked ups FedEx and USPS.  Ups is the cheapest, but still $92 per wheel/tire for the cheapest option.  They are 58lbs a piece and dimensioned 29" x 9".  Do you have any other ideas for cheaper shipping?  

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It sounds like a good deal as you've priced it, but I guess I'm just too far away.  I've heard of people shipping via Greyhound, but that was 35 years ago.   Hope you can find a buyer closer to you.  Thanks for trying, though.

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