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Michelin X-Ice Tires and Rims for Sale

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I've traded in my Solstice for an MX-5 (#77 of 100 in Canada). Enjoying my new ride, but I have a set of winter tires that I can no longer use. Like new. $100 for all. The tires are in Oshawa Ontario.

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im interested in the tires are they with the rims
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can you find out what shipping would be to the okanagan valley b.c.
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And rims? What kind?
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I'm interested as well, I'll pm you to come by and take a look.

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im interested in the tires are they with the rims
Yes they are on rims
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can you find out what shipping would be to the okanagan valley b.c.
If I don't sell them in Ontario, I may be able to bring them back to Langley - would be be able to pick up from there?
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I'm interested as well, I'll pm you to come by and take a look.
Will contact you Wednesday.
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The tires have found a new home! Thanks.
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thanks for the up date. good luck with your mx5.
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Thanks-for those people who are considering trading in their sols, I would recommend the MX-5. It handles much better than the sol, smoother ride and less wind in the cabin with the top down. I have a hard top auto-retractable roof, so is much more convenient than the solstice and the road noise with the top up is no different than a non-convertible. I do miss the curvy look of the solstice though.
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Comfortable cars are for sissies ! Why not just buy a Lexis drop top .I enjoy the car and the ride if I want comfort I'll go sit in my living room with the air on and the boob tube blasting away . I've never had the air on in my Solstice since I've owned it ,I've upgraded the suspension to make it firm and handle like a sports car ,and to be honest with you I could care less if it had a radio in it .Auto retractable roof what next a computer that will drive the car for you no thanks !
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The tires have found a new home! Thanks.
They have... some scrap lumber... no space in garage... necessity is the mother of invention even if it's a little worrisome storing tires above my baby.

Have fun in the Mazda and drop by once in a while!


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Hey, that's great work! We could have used a tire rack like that!
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