Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 21:23:53 -0800
Reply-To: Robert Fisher <refisher@MCHSI.COM>
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From: Robert Fisher <refisher@MCHSI.COM>
Subject: Re: Michelin XCA and steel wheels for sale PNW
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What am I missing here?
"This is a great set of tires to go to Alaska. --clip-- The only negative I
can see is that they are not that great in the snow."
Now, I've only been to Alaska once, but- somehow those two phrases don't
seem to go together like peanut butter and chocolate.
"I might give you a discount if you promise to go to Alaska next summer."
What if I actually go? What if I promise but don't go? What if I promise to
go to Alaska but actually go to, say, Whitehorse? Why does it have to be
Whaddya mean 'might'? I could make the promise and still not get the
discount? What's the deal-breaker there? What's the fetish to get these
tires into Alaska? Why not take 'em yourself?
Somebody help me, I'm confused!
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Reddick" <SVYOLO@YAHOO.COM>
Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 7:55 PM
Subject: Michelin XCA and steel wheels for sale PNW
> I finally bit the bullet and bought a set of Gowesty alloy rims and
> wheels. They do look great and ride and handle great. I have a set of 4
> Michelin XCA 205-75R14 tires with about 20K on them. They have more than
> 60% tread (maybe 70%) left. They are rated at over 2200 per tire and 8
> ply rated (that means no flats). They handle great (no VW bus Dance after
> a semi goes by).
> This is a great set of tires to go to Alaska. You won't get flats.
> The only negative I can see is that they are not that great in the snow.
> Rain they are OK.
> I would like 250 US for the set including the wheels. I might give
> you a discount if you promise to go to Alaska next summer. I will deliver
> within 100 miles of Bellingham, WA. Included in the delivery is a test
> drive of a 230 HP Subaru SVX powered 87 Westy.
> 87 Westy SVX
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