Bridgestone A/t P245/75r/17 110s- 693ii Tires 7/32nd - 6/32nd on 2040-parts.com
Daly City, California, United States
All three tires at the total cost of $ 69.99
I don't have any need for them since I have new tires on my truck.
If, you want them shipped, you pay the shipping, otherwise local pick up!
Two (2) tires are at 7/32, and one is at 6/32 barely
These three used tires. They handle truly well on all conditions while I was using them. Never been damaged or repaired, Never a nails.
They are rated for 80.000 miles, but, I did take them off my truck at 52K to 53K miles approx., to install new tires.
Take a look at the pictures to better determine the state of each tire before you bid.
Local pick up Available.
Shipping: you are responsible for the shipping charges, from my place to yours.
If, you ask me to ship them, I will wrap them with plastic prior to shipping.
Please make sure you see the pictures.
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