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      02-14-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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Bridgestone Potenza Runflats

Just trying to sell my tires that came on the car when I bought it...One of the rears has a bubble in it but it was very small and since i took them off I can't tell which one. Not sure how much I can get for these so I will throw them up there for $500 seeing that the rest easily have another season on them.

Just make an offer if thats too high

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http://detroit.craigslist.org/mcb/pts/2813626645.html

Here are all of the pictures...If you need or want anything in particular just let me know and I can run out into the shop and take whatever picture you need


























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Would be helpful if you were able to give details on the tread life. "One more season" to one driver may be "one more month" to another. I may have some interest, but would need to know specifics first. Thanks.
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Let me see if I can help you. Using the penny is an old trick and can be an accurate indicator of tread depth, but you need to take the picture using Lincoln's head as the indicator. Put the penny head down into the tread. The measurement is based on how much, or how little of Lincoln's head you can see. When you roll the penny to where it's not straight up and down, you can't tell how much tread is left using this method. I am not criticizing you, I just need to see the tread measured accurately. Better yet, buy a cheap tread indicator at your local auto parts store and take pictures of that. Good luck and I look forward to seeing new pics that more accurately show me the remaining tread.
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