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Old 03-27-2012, 08:04 PM   #1
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Default Bridgestone RE-11's 205/50/15

Up for sale are four Bridgestone Potenza RE-11's in 205/50/15, they were used for autox but still have 60% tread and should last another season (see gratuitous penny shot). Absolutely no issues with these, just selling because I upgraded to 15x8's and am looking at the 225 kooks.

I am located in Neptune, NJ and am asking $140 preferably local pick up (shipping would be at buyers expense) also open to trades for miata parts.

Best way of contacting me is through pm on here or posting to this thread.

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if only you would be closer... i could totally use these...
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if only you would be closer... i could totally use these...
Thats the general consensus ... sucks living in NJ and being a miata guy.
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Actually you should just run the 205's on the 8's. You will have more traction than with 225's on the 8's. For 225's, you want 9" wheels for performance driving.
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Actually you should just run the 205's on the 8's. You will have more traction than with 225's on the 8's. For 225's, you want 9" wheels for performance driving.
Yea thats what i run as well. 205 on a 8". Its supposedly one of the best grip wheel/tire combos....
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