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Old 07-04-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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I recently bought new tires and wheels for my 2012. Should I sell my stock ones or keep them? Whats ur guys' opinion?
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Old 07-04-2012, 09:14 PM   #2
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Re: should I sell

i always keep stockers as either a back up set for winter time or use them for drag wheels...but if you'd like the extra cash then sell on
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If you have the room, I'd keep'em. You could stick'em on during the winter months to keep those new ones nice.
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i always keep stockers as either a back up set for winter time or use them for drag wheels...but if you'd like the extra cash then sell on
Yea I was thinking about for the winter but its not a DD and I dont take it out in the snow
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then slap some DR's on them and use them for track time
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then slap some DR's on them and use them for track time
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Old 08-26-2012, 01:59 PM   #7
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Re: should I sell

I'm keeping my stock items for backup purposes. I also have two sets of tires, which I plan to swap twice a year. I drive in my summer tires for six months (between spring and summer,) and drive in my all seasons for the other six months (between fall and winter.)

...Yes, I'm a bit anal about making my summer tires last; plus, my stock rims stay on the all seasons because I don't want the cold/snow/ice doing anything to ruin my new ones.

My old front grille is still safe in my garage as well, just in case something ever happens to the new one.
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You could trade me for my wheels I don't like!!
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