For Sale or Trade Gen 1 Toyota Sequoia rims with studded snows

Discussion in 'Other' started by guymanbro, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. guymanbro

    guymanbro da Vermonster

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    $550 obo PRICE DROPPED
    $500 obo PRICE DROPPED
    $450 obo

    265/75-R16 studded Firestone Winterforce on stock Alloy rims (6 x 5.5" bolt pattern) that were plasti-dipped black. The Plasti-dip has held up for >30k miles, some of it in Baja, and much of that between VT and Baja. Easy to touch up with the rattle-can Plasti-dip if it does get damaged, but even the tire shop that installed the tires was surprised at how well they held up in their machines.

    The tires were mounted in the fall of 2017 and removed in the spring of 2018. I sold the truck in the spring of 2018 and dude never came back with the $$ for this set of wheels. So they have 1 season and were never run in the warmer months.

    Tires alone cost me ~$600, and you can't get this version of the Winterforce anymore as they changed the tread pattern (for the worse IMHO).

    Not much point in talking about shipping these, but if you want to pay for it, I'll take them to a shipper.

    Local pickup in southern VT, possible to meet somewhere if the Mt Snow area is too far for you, but let's be reasonable.

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    Willing to trade for wheels/studded tires for my 2002 Chevy Avalanche (265/70-R17, 6 x 5.5")
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  2. guymanbro

    guymanbro da Vermonster

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    Price drop to $500.

    Also willing to work a trade for a Mavic 2 Pro with the Hasselbad lens
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  3. tvpierce

    tvpierce Been here awhile

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    Not trying to discourage you from selling, but I think these will fit your Avalanche.
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    afritzsch90 Been here awhile

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    sending you a PM
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  5. guymanbro

    guymanbro da Vermonster

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    In theory. The bolt pattern is correct, but the Yota and the Chevy use different sized studs (Chevy is a bigger stud) and different style lugs. I tried, even with the help of "professionals."
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    guymanbro da Vermonster

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    The snow has already hit the mountains of Vermont.

    Bump
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    Bump it up.
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