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Thinking of selling my Nitto Terra Grappler AT tires size 285/75/16 X 4. They have been rotated religously and are in good shape with about 30% tread remaining. Will post pics if there is interest.

$50 each, $180 for the set OBO
 

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Thinking of selling my Nitto Terra Grappler AT tires size 285/75/16 X 4. They have been rotated religously and are in good shape with about 30% tread remaining. Will post pics if there is interest.

$50 each, $180 for the set OBO
How much shipped to 02189? Pics please.
 

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Sorry guys, I should have said preferred local pick up. I am not totally opposed to shipping but cant imagine it would be worth the money. I am guessing close to $50/tire to ship across the country? To be honest, I dont think the tires are worth $100 each which would be the total cost. These are perfect for a street set or individually if someone is looking for cheap 285 spare. Let me see if I get local interest and then I'll think about shipping.

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any updates?
Having wheels/tires removed tomorrow or friday but then leave for the east coast for a week and I wont be able to get you a quote until after the first of the year. I am guessing close to $40-$50/tire for shipping. Would you still be interested?
 

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Having wheels/tires removed tomorrow or friday but then leave for the east coast for a week and I wont be able to get you a quote until after the first of the year. I am guessing close to $40-$50/tire for shipping. Would you still be interested?
Just throw them on as your carry-on luggage. I'll meet you at Logan :wave:
 

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Let me know once you can get a shipping quote to 49006. $40-50/tire seems a little high.
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Sorry for the delay but unfortunately there is a reason. I dislocated my clavicle just before christmas which has postponed my new suspension install. As soon as my body heals and can do the work on my truck I will be sure to get you a shipping quote. I have never shipped tires before and assume they are too big for USPS so would have to go with UPS?
 

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Actually, I shipped some tires about the same size and weight as these last year through Fedex. They just wrapped two together with packing tape, threw a label on em, and called it good. IIRC, they charged me about $50 to ship two, so about a hundred bucks to get all four out, and that was to the east coast, if my memory serves me right.
 
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