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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-13-2006, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
 
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Cobalt SS 18s/tires traid for stock 17s with good tires.

Im looking to traid my stock 18s for a set of 17s with a good set of all seson tires on them. Going to use them for winter tires.
Mine have 1350 miles on them and are like new. Looking for something with simaler miles on the tires and some cash. 100-300 depending on the rimes and tires condition.
I live in MI near Grand Rapids.

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Why not keep the bigger heavier rims for the winter set? Our Polished finish gets dirty really fast.
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I want cash becous Im trading a more expensive 18" for a less expensive 17" and mine are alomost new as they only have 1350 miles on them and look like they have 0 miles on them. And they come with the tires that are more expensive then the 17s tires are.
I may go as low as no cash for rims and tires with vary low miles that still look new.

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They're still stock wheels for stock wheels though..I'd rather not have 18" rims for racing anyway. Your best bet would be to use the SS rims for boat anchors and just pick up a cheap set from Discount Tire with some winter tires. I'm betting you could get an entire set for $800 or so..

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isnt it a little late to start looking for winter tires? Its almost March
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. And they come with the tires that are more expensive then the 17s tires are.
actually dunlaps are waaaay more expensive.

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Im not looking for the dunlops though. Im looking for a good all season?winter tire. And no its not to later for winter tires. But it is the right time for summer tires. And thats what rims have on them. So its the right time to get them.
Im selling them now so some one will have a nice set of rims and tires to run during the summer.
Im even willing to take 16s! As long as there in good shape with or without tires!

Make me an offer and ill consider it and get back to you.

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I want cash becous Im trading a more expensive 18" for a less expensive 17" and mine are alomost new as they only have 1350 miles on them and look like they have 0 miles on them. And they come with the tires that are more expensive then the 17s tires are.
I may go as low as no cash for rims and tires with vary low miles that still look new.

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I dont know polished finish usually costs more than the type of finish on the cobalts...
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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-18-2006, 01:04 AM
 
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actually dunlaps are waaaay more expensive.
you are not going to tell me the dunlop sps cost more than pirelli pzeros...I don't believe it.

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