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Old January 14th, 2006, 04:35 PM   #1
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Default 265/70/17 Bridgestone Revo's on Black rock crawlers (32's)

Set of 4 Bridgestone Dueler Revo's, pulled off my truck because I switched lug patterns.
They only have maybe 8k miles on them, max 10k. They're good for another 40k-ish.
They're mounted on a set of black rock crawlers 17x9 with a 2" backspace.
They have a 5x4.5" lug pattern. came off a 2wd toy, so dirt roads is the worst the've seen, or was it the 5"-6" of snow on the roads last winter (in Boston).
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may be able to seperate.
Also have a spare 31x10.5x15 on a white wagon wheel, same lug pattern, $30, or free with the set of Revo's
Located in the very SW corner of MI. Kzoo is an hour drive from here
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Can you tell me the load rating and actual weight listed on the sidewall? They have 2 different Revo's in that size. 265/70/SR17 with a 2535lb or 265/70/RR17 with a 3195lb load rating.
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They must have added the "R" version.
Mine has a 113 load rating with the S speed rating.
So according to Tirerack, it's the 2535 lb version.

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I'll get them as soon as I can.
They're under tarp and ice at the moment, but that's easy enough to remedy, :-)
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