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Thread: Delorean DMC-12 Front & Rear Tires (OEM sizes) <300mi Dunlop GT Qualifiers

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    Delorean DMC-12 Front & Rear Tires (OEM sizes) <300mi Dunlop GT Qualifiers

    Selling a complete set of properly matched OEM specs tire set for the Delorean DMC-12. ($300 for set of 4 tires) + Shipping
    Dunlop GT Qualifiers
    (fronts) 195/60/R14
    (rears) 235/60/R15

    Tires have less than 300miles on them and still have the nipples on them with no treadwear.
    Tires were properly stored and kept preserved with tire preserver.

    Here's your chance to get a great set of tires for your Delorean and not have to wait for the next production run by a reputable tire manufacture OR not having to settle on buying garbage tires from Hankook or improperly matched tire sizes out there.

    Link to Photos
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...DD?usp=sharing

    Thanks for looking
    Dave M
    Connecticut

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    My frame has two coats of wax Michael's Avatar
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    What's the manufacturer date on these tires?

    Are they oe matched perfectly in staggered spectrum?
    Last edited by Michael; 01-15-2021 at 08:00 AM.

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    Hi Michael

    Thanks for asking the ? I had forgot to capture the dates on tires:

    Front tires stamped: DOT PLR4 623R1606
    Rear tires stamped: DOT DAVE C24R3506


    So this would put the date of MFR as 2006..... but you would never know since tires are literally brand new.
    Previous owner only drove car to local shows, and then car was sold with original Goodyear tires for Concours.

    Thanks
    D

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_tensetuning View Post
    So this would put the date of MFR as 2006..... but you would never know since tires are literally brand new.
    "Literally" is a very misused word. Tires that are 15 years old are literally 15 years old but thanks for the date info.
    Last edited by Michael; 01-15-2021 at 11:07 AM.

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    I have a 15 year-old set of Yokohamas...those things are so hard they sound like a train at 60mph.
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    Rich_NYS these tires are soft all around. I don't believe they really got any use at all.

    Perhaps I should take a video showing each tire and how easily the rubber moves and the overall great condition they are in.

    Thanks
    D

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    Previous link to photo album didnt seem to be working.
    Please see shareable album link below

    https://drive.google.com/folderview?...AUw_58b6XpQD-M

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    Just because they look new doesn't mean anything. There is a lot that can happen in the layers of the rubber that you can't see. That said, this will be a hard sell for 15 year old tires - It's a safety hazard.
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    SOLD!! Thanks for everyone's interest

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