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Sold: FS: 2020 Civic Si OEM Goodyear All-Season (4) TIRES (1900 miles) - METRO ATLANTA

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FS: 2020 Civic Si OEM Goodyear All-Season (4) TIRES (1900 miles) - $100 CASH YOU PICK UP - METRO ATLANTA

I made a post recently about installing some Michelin PS4S tires on my 2020 Si last week and no longer having a use for the OEM Goodyear all seasons that came on it. The OEM Goodyears have around 1900 miles, 1100 miles or so of that was on a road trip this past Christmas. Right before I put the new Michelin's on I measured the psi in each tire and the left rear read 2psi low. It is *possible* that is from a slow leak but it's more than likely the dealership didn't fill all the tires evenly at delivery.

I've priced these for a quick CASH sale and you have to come pick them up (auto dealer in Buckhead - Atlanta) asap. I work for a dealer group in the marketing end so this is where I had the new tires put on my car and they are holding them for a couple more days. After that, they have to be discarded.

If you need tires, or want an OEM set for the future, this is your chance to pick them up dirty cheap (they are around $180-$190 per tire most places online).

Set of 4 = $100 CASH

*Picture for attention and not the actual tire itself.

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SOLD locally. Thanks for the interest.
 

 
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