Pair of Mickey Thompson 28" x 10.5" W's

JA$ON

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MT 28" x 10.5" W's.

Planned to try my new car on the W's, but decided to try radials. These have been stored inside and have plenty of life on them still. Not the best pic here, but I can get a close up of the "dots" if anyone is really needs to see them. I was told these had 8 1/8th mile hits on them when I bought them.

Located in Glen Ellyn or Batavia.

$120 for the pair, firm, need em gone!

 

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There for a 15" rim, if so I tell Johnny make him buy
 
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Yes, for 15" rim. Mind you, these are W's so they are about the same size as a 325 drag radial (wide)
 

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What we need to do to make work on my car?
 

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15"s can fit the IRS, just have to know how to make them work. The inner barrel touch's the knuckles toe mount and the brake caliper line/bolt.
 

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W's might even tight with a solid rear
 
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Like I said in post #3, these are almost identical in size to a 325 drag radial. If you can fit the big 325's, then you can fit these.

k thx, now somebody buy
 

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