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Due to recent purchase of new 1800, no longer need these tires. Need to sell to pay for bling for the new pride & joy.

1- 175R16 Austone Taxi Tire purchased from Universal Vintage Tire. Paid $152 + 22.37 for shipping. Asking $140. (OBO) Plus shipping. Sold pending receipt of funds.
 

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Keep the pilot activ to use on the front of your 1800.
 

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Thanx Dave. Will do that. Didnt realize it would work pn this one-but hadn't checked either.
 

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If you list the Austone local may sell faster, unless a member here is local and wants it.

I'd like to have another Austone myself for a spare, love the Austone.
I live on 3/4 mile dirt road with some sharp rocks at times and fear cutting a tire and missing a trip at last minute.

However, considering many things in buying new from Universal or second hand even if never used, about the most I could go would be $125 shipped or $100 picked up in person.
I do like to ride however and would go the $100 and pickup in person maybe, looking at a 2 day trip according to Google but it would be a nice ride!

I hate to lowball and not trying to, but there is a large difference to me in buying New from Vendor or second hand from seller. Like I can't get $10 tire protection for life of the tire if second hand. So if cut on rock and ruined, Universal would replace free, second hand I am just out a tire! IF any tire defect like twisted belt, I'd just be out!
My first Michelin had a twisted or busted belt, though got replaced free since i had bought from the dealer. I have to figure in such things as a bit of risk on my end.
 

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I should inform you that the michelin will fit and work well but it is not a radial like the 1800 normally uses but I have been using them for 70 to 80,000 miles.
 
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