Thinking of selling 37" Toyo Open Country R/T (practically new) near Atlanta

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  1. Jason Krakauer

    Jason Krakauer New Member

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    Just bought my '17 Gen2 SCREW this weekend ... former owner had recently put on a set of 37" Toyo Open Country R/T's.

    For my general use, probably need to get back to 35's ... my trail use won't be that extreme. I'm barely clearing the ceiling in my office parking deck, so if there's interest and someone on here is willing to take em off my hands for a discount vs. "new" - let's talk.
     
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    How much are you looking to sell them for?
     
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    They're 8/32's per pre-purchase inspection (included that part of the report) -
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    So this inspector was high - I checked the tread depth myself this weekend and it's between 13 and 14/32nds (makes me question the rest of what he checked on the truck). So these are really "like-new" tires. I realize it's a tough sell on these forums - but much closer to brand new than even I thought.

    I guess the alternative here is to keep them and just get a set of cheap 17's for trail running and mudding - just storing these bad-boys is going to eat up a whole room. Any thoughts on good/cheap 17" rims to mount these on. I want to keep the dailies on the stock beadlocks.
     

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