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Old 02-03-2010, 11:38 AM   #11
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Try Craigslist.

How'd you get a 2001 SSEi for $800?
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where do I find the tire size and kind i need?
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he got it due to the 272K miles lol. He will prolly be neededing a new motor some day here... but still awesome swap motors and SC and hes got a car again
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where do I find the tire size and kind i need?
235/55/17 load rating 98 H
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and i bought it from a small business. They just wanted to get rid of it. It was a sales car so all the miles are highway, and they were askin 1,200 but they took 800.
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Do you have a Expert Tire store up around your area? That'* where I bought my new tires last summer.
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