For Sale 2011 OEM WRX Summer Tires, super low mileage
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    2011 OEM WRX Summer Tires, super low mileage

    Just bought a 2011 WRX (non STi) a few weeks ago. Planning to get all-season tires (I live near Chicago) and will not need the OEM Dunlop summer performance tires (size 235/45-17).

    Tirerack.com sells these for 225 a piece. I have about 600 - something miles on them at the moment. Not sure what to price them at, and will consider any serious offer.

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    Why not just go with snow tires? You'll get much better handling and performance in all conditions if you do that, and the price difference is very little. If you get a rim/tire package from tirerack with winter tires on them, you can get an awesome deal that doesn't cost much and makes your car handle much better and makes for a much safer daily driver.

    All-season tires are called that because they're crappy in all seasons...
    Scott
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