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Old 05-27-2017, 04:13 PM
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my wife bought these for me as a gift, but i dont really have room to store them in the winter. I only used them in nice summer months stored in the house actually during winter.

Not sure what I could get for them but she paid a fortune, its a premium set.
Also not sure what other vehicles they fit as she bought them just for my jeep xj. not interested in shipping so you would need to pick up locally zip code 60543 in Illinois.

make an offer if I dont care for it i will decline with thanks for your interest.
you can text me at 331-223-3159.

18"x8" TSW Chrome wheels 5lugx114.3
tires are Michellin Latitude Tour P235/55R18

if you have a mint xj they will look so sweet on it.
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Those look fantastic. The pic only serves to remind me of how much I miss my white '99 XJ Ltd.

IMO - You really should find a way to store those when not in-use. Do something clever like lay them down, protect them somehow (plywood and/or packing blankets), slide them underneath something so they're out of sight. Maybe lift your bed then slide them underneath to place your bed on top of them. So what if it's a-foot-and-a-half taller (unless you have low ceilings)!
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