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For Sale: 33x10.5x15 BFG Muds (Broad Brook, CT)

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Old 09-26-2009
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33x10.5x15 BFG Muds (Broad Brook, CT)

Selling my 33x10.5x15 BFG M/Ts. About 70% tread life left. $300 or best offer! Throw some offers! Tires only.
Heres the link to my craigslist.
33" BFG Muds
 
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ill pay $300 plus shipping
 
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Steve, it would be 300$ plus another $300 for shipping. You may be better off finding some local deals.
 
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$300 for shipping? For 4 tires? Ouch, who are you using for that quote? $20 a tire sounds about right.
 
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I was usingUPS. How much does each tire weigh? I put about 70lbs each lol
 
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Try 40 pounds each using UPS freight
 
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If the shipping is around $20-40 bucks each ill take em for sure
 
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I just got $182 something for shipping on the tires at UPS. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. Someone help me?
 
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I would think about 100 would be right. All you have to do is tape a shipping label too them and UPS will take them. You don't have to box them up or anything.
 
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Alright Steve. I'll try to get over to UPS for a quote. Let you know asap.
 
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I dealt with shpping a large item through UPS a few weeks ago (a bumper).

Heres what I found out. First, DO NOT use a UPS Store (complete ripoff as they tack on thier own fee on top of the actual UPS shipping rate)

The UPS hub in your city is second best.

If you work somewhere that uses UPS and has a business account, that is the best rate (i saved about $20 off what the UPS hub itself was going to charge me)
 
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Originally Posted by 08XLT4x4 View Post
I dealt with shpping a large item through UPS a few weeks ago (a bumper).

Heres what I found out. First, DO NOT use a UPS Store (complete ripoff as they tack on thier own fee on top of the actual UPS shipping rate)

The UPS hub in your city is second best.

If you work somewhere that uses UPS and has a business account, that is the best rate (i saved about $20 off what the UPS hub itself was going to charge me)
What is the UPS hub?
 
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Sold!
 
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damnit i dunno how i missed this i was looking for some winter tires haha i would of had to drive up there again. (Im the one who bought your toolbox) lol
i threw a ford emblem where those two holes were and it looks sick haha
 
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Yeah man, I saw the toolbox. It looks good.
 
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