even though brickseek said there were 4 in stock near me (and there were), they were $250 each... so regular price. If you actually find them for $6, it's probably a store with one left. but considering most walmarts are selling them for $250, i'd assume they are good tires.
Agreed above... make sure they aren't 10 years old. a few years is fine, 7 is considered the 'limit'... but that is usually when they are on a car bearing weight/load/weather. if they spent 5 years in a warehouse, i'd have no issue using them another 5
forbin4040 said: marcopolomle said: Conflicting data was obtained for the above record. A quantity of x was returned but the store is reporting "Out of Stock". I bet you 'called' No, that is what Brickseek is showing him, just like it's showing me at a lot of stores.
I saw these on Brickseek too. Of course, Brickseek has sent me down a couple bad roads with their pricing not matching what they actually ring up in the store. The thing with these tires is the lack of info on them. Were they some kind of re-released classic tire, just incredibly old stock, etc.?
The tires are not $5.98, the UPC is actually for a foam wedge that WalMart sells for $5.98 somewhere brickseek has the UPC mixed up with the SKU These tires are reproduction tires made originally for 70's Trans Ams and Corvettes. I was going to buy all in the area since i have two Trans Ams that originally came with these tires, but when you go to a store with the upc it comes up as a foam wedge.
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