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New Quarter Midget Tires Dunlop Karting on 2040-parts.com

US $220.00
Location:

Red Rock, Arizona, United States

Red Rock, Arizona, United States
Condition:New Brand:Dunlop

Set of 4 brand new Dunlop tires for quarter midget or kart racing. The set includes 2 each of the following sizes: 11.5x7.10-6 and 11x5.00-6. These are QMA right side legal. These are not old tires. They were recently purchased for a major event that was unfortunately cancelled. We are selling them to purchase Hoosier tires for our local USAC quarter midget track.

These are also listed locally, so the auction may end early.

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