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Old 06-03-2006, 02:46 PM
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14" Chrome Bundts with Goodyear Assurance TripleTred tires

I ended up scoring a great deal on a set of 15" 8-spokes, so I am selling the old Bundts from my 1984 300SD.

The chrome on the bundts is in decent shape but is not perfect. The wheels are presentable, although there are some area of corrision. You really need to be right up on the wheels to see the flaws.

The tires are Goodyear Assurance TripleTreds. I purchased them about ~15k miles ago, and they have an 80k mile warranty. The picture of the calipers below is the tread depth of the front right tire. If you can't read the picture, the tread depth is ~7mm. If you are not familiar with the TripleTred tires, they have three "zones" - an ice zone, a dry zone, and a water zone. The tires grip very well and I have them on my winter car.

Also included are the chrome center caps, lug bolts, and the spare wheel/tire. The wheels are located in Chicago and I can deliver within a short distance, but I would be willing to ship if you're willing to pay.

I'm thinking $300 for all 5, but I will entertain all reasonable offers.
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Old 06-03-2006, 02:47 PM
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Right Front

The tread looks funny because I had the car washed this morning and they dressed the tires.

Feel free to contact with any questions.
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Old 06-03-2006, 10:32 PM
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The GoodYear tires are excellent tires. I put them on my 300TE during the rain storms of 2004 - 2005 (the second wettest winter in So. Calif history). Back then my daughter was the driver of the 300TE and I wanted her to have good wet weather handling tires. The tires performed very well.

This past winter we bought her a C320 Sports Wagon and I drove the 300TE as a daily driver. We had some major storms this winter and, again, the tires performed very well.

Whoever gets this deal will get a very nice set of tires.

Just my 0.02 worth.
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Old 06-03-2006, 11:33 PM
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Where are you? I live in Kankakee. I'd be interested I think. email me @ chandler96@netzero.net
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where are you located? i am very interested.
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Old 06-04-2006, 08:26 AM
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I am in Downers Grove - I-355 and Ogden or I-294 and Ogden.

The spare wheel is not chrome - it is painted.
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The offset on those will work on a 123, right. It's in the 20mm range?
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The offset on those will work on a 123, right. It's in the 20mm range?
I looked up a wheel for the 300D on TireRack, and it calls for the same wheel as the 300SD (5-112 bolt pattern, +23mm offset).
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Let me see if I can get the $$$ together. Just bought H&R spings for the 124 yesterday. Maybe I should just RELAX! No chance of that.
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i live around cleveland ohio. how much do you think shipping would be?
also about how far away are you from cleveland?
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Maybe I should just RELAX! No chance of that.

I think we have the same disease!
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Old 06-04-2006, 12:54 PM
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i live around cleveland ohio. how much do you think shipping would be?
also about how far away are you from cleveland?
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Cleveland is 370 miles away. It might make a good road trip for you and I bet you would spend less on diesel than you would on shipping.

Does anyone have any suggestions on shipping wheels & tires? I guess I could tape 2 tires to each other and send you three packages (one with 2 wheels/tires, one with 2 wheels/tires, and one with the spare plus lug bolts). I'm guessing it would cost $30/tire for a total of $150, but if actual shipping charges are less I would refund the difference.
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I just pulled the spare out of the trunk - it is a Bridgestone RE92.

I just measured the tread on my new TripleTreds with 0 miles and they are at ~8.5mm.
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:56 AM
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Price is now $275.
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SOLD----look at your pm
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