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  1. #1
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    FS: Blizzak DM-V2 tires (4), 265/75r16 (very lightly used, SLC)

    I know this isnít the typical post, but hey, this is snow gear that will help someone get to the hill here in Utah, so that must count right?

    These tires will fit 16 inch wheels that are on a ton of light pickup trucks and SUVS.

    I bought them late last winter, put 500 miles on them, and then ended up getting a different vehicle last spring. These are minty. Thinking $550 for the set. Click image for larger version. 

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    Do you happen to know the load rating?


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    Balls.

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    Pic shows 265/70/16, load index 112R. So it's a P metric sizing. Stock size on a Nissan Xterra or Frontier, and Toyota Tacoma or 4Runner. Equivalent to a 245/75/16 in height, which we also used on the Xterra and Tacoma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    Pic shows 265/70/16, load index 112R. So it's a P metric sizing. Stock size on a Nissan Xterra or Frontier, and Toyota Tacoma or 4Runner. Equivalent to a 245/75/16 in height, which we also used on the Xterra and Tacoma.
    Thanks for covering that!

    This tire size also work great on the new stock Rangers with the base steel wheels.


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    Do you happen to know the remaining tread depth? I’m guessing they were 12/32’s brand new. Interested.

    Edit: tire rack shows 14/32's brand new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
    Do you happen to know the remaining tread depth? Iím guessing they were 12/32ís brand new. Interested.

    Edit: tire rack shows 14/32's brand new.
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    Donít have anything to really measure it, but maybe this helps?

    I know a lot of people pull a bait and switch on tires online, but no BS these are only very lightly used.



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    Sent you a PM.


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    Bump for the storms rolling in over the next few days.


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    Shit I'd buy these for my tacoma if you were in CO. Duratracs work okay in the snow but I'm always pretty puckered while driving
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    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    Shit I'd buy these for my tacoma if you were in CO. Duratracs work okay in the snow but I'm always pretty puckered while driving
    Where in CO? I might be coming through Estes Park/I70 in a few weeks.


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    BumpÖ..


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    Pretty surprised these are still kicking around especially with the weather rolling in! Free bump

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    Another bumpÖ


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    How about $500?

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    BumpÖ


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    To the top.


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    I'm assuming everyone seriously looking at these already knows this, but these will not work on any 2010 or newer 4Runners.
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