Price Drop! Assorted New Adv, street & dirt tires, Seattle, WA

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by visovm, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    I picked up a bunch of brand new tires from BMW Motorcycles of Seattle when they closed. I only needed some of them and wanted to offer up the rest. These are new and never used, still have the stickers from the manufacturer and dealer on them. Local pickup preferred (I can ship as well). See pictures of actual tires, contact me if you would like additional info or pictures. Prices are OBO.

    Metzeler MC360 Mid-Hard: 90/90-21 DOT (3 available) - $70 ea
    Metzeler MC360 Mid-Hard: 110/100-18 DOT - $60
    Metzeler FeelFree: 120/70-R15 - $80
    Continental TKC70: 170/60-R17 - $125
    Heidenau K60 Scout: 110/80-19 - $100
    Michelin Pilot Power 2CT: 180/55-ZR17 - $100
    Michelin Anakee Adventure: 150/70-R17 (5 available) - $125 ea

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  2. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    Bump and an update to listing.
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  3. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    Another bump. Willing to ship. Prices I have been seeing for other tires I have shipped (USPS) are about $50 to Colorado and $70 to New England (this is for a pair of tires wrapped together). I assume it would be a little less for only one tire.
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  4. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    Another bump. Prices too high, people don't want to pay for shipping?
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  5. Zubb

    Zubb he went that-a-way... Supporter

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    People always need tires, I'd suggest lowering $ until you get a bite.
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  6. orforester

    orforester Been here awhile

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    All the wrong size for me, sorry
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  7. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    Are you sure the Michelin Pilot Power 2CT: 180/55-ZR17 will not fit the rear of your R1200RT?
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  8. orforester

    orforester Been here awhile

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    Yes it would but I want to get PR5 gt’s
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  9. visovm

    visovm Been here awhile

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    Bump and price drop!
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