WTB Cheap rear tires with some life left.

booblinker

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I am selling my bike, and my tires are pretty shot. Don't want to drop coin on new tires, hoping i can get a pair of factory tires with a couple thousand miles for cheap.
 

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They don't look shot enough in the pics you posted to hurt the sale. Seems like your price is cheap enough to where you shouldn't worry about it anyways, really. I think it's a very fair deal.

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I'd second that, you've got it listed for a fair enough price I wouldn't worry about it, there's a thousand miles left on those tires and the buyer might like the off road style
 

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I've got some 80%+ Michelin Pilot Road 5's I'd ship to you for $220 if you really want some tires and live in continental US.... ;)



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You could put on some Shinko 705s for a couple hundred, raise your asking price, and advertise 'new tires'....
 

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You could put on some Shinko 705s for a couple hundred, raise your asking price, and advertise 'new tires'....
If it didn't sell quick enough that's not a bad idea, price of 705's is around $300 with mounting, so raise your price to $3,500 and advertise "with new tires" and then you can let the buyer talk you down $100 to $200 and still come out ahead. Just be sure to get cash in your hand before test rides [emoji41]
 
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