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michelin tyres and steel wheels new
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Guys,
just testing the water a bit.
I am about to pick up a new Berlingo and it comes with 15 inch steel wheels and Michelin tyres . I intend getting new alloys and tyres so the original ones will be surplus to requirements.
Does anyone want to make me an offer for these?
Mileage will be less than 100 on the tyres so as new.
I will also throw in the wheel trims.
Tyres from memory are 205 by 65 by 15.(don't quote me on this though).
Any offers.Pick up only.
Regards
Rob.
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#2
I will start you at £250
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#3
I'm not in the market for them but is it for the set of 5 or are you keeping one for a spare, what quality are the tyres and is it a pick up only deal ? These things are relevant to a buyer and could make a difference on price.
So where does this bit go then ?
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(16-06-2013, 08:48 AM)Lighty Wrote:  I will start you at £250

Ok thanks Lighty.
Once I pick the car up this week I will confirm the tyre size.
Regards
Rob.

(16-06-2013, 09:14 AM)ffrenchie Wrote:  I'm not in the market for them but is it for the set of 5 or are you keeping one for a spare, what make/quality are the tyres and is it a pick up only deal ? These things are relevant to a buyer and could make a difference on price.

Bonjour ffrenchie !
Thought I had covered most of this but, it is for 4 wheels/tyres as I will keep the spare .
Michelin Energy saver tyres with less than 100 miles on them so as new really.
Yes it will be pick up only due to size / weight.
I am in Heywood in Lancashire ,near Rochdale.
Regards
Rob.
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#5
Guys the tyres are 205 x 65 x 15.
55 miles on them so far .I now have the car and will purchase some alloys pretty soon.
Any firm offers?
Let me know please.
Regards
Rob.
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#6
I think I would be tempted to keep the wheels for winter tyre fitting later on
It would be good to have some steelies to fit when they start throwing salt and
grit around which may damage the alloys.
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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(20-06-2013, 02:07 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  I think I would be tempted to keep the wheels for winter tyre fitting later on
It would be good to have some steelies to fit when they start throwing salt and
grit around which may damage the alloys.

Yep hear what your saying Ol,Jeffers . I kept the last set of steel wheels when I put leopard alloys on my last Berlingo. Only trouble was I never bothered to fit them in winter and they got in the way in the garage for about 7 yrs!!
If they don't sell then I will keep them for winter but ideally I could do with getting them out of the way.
Regards
Rob.
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