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Old 07-01-2011, 03:06 AM   #1
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Stock Canyon Wheels with BFG AT's (worn out), Spare Tire, and More!

Got a bunch of random stuff off my Jeep...no set prices really so if you're interested make me an offer and we'll work something out. Most of the stuff I'd rather just deal with local pick up. Don't really have the time or desire to ship the larger stuff and package it (and UPS packaging is ridiculously expensive to have them do it).

I need to figure out where my wheels and tires are so I can pick them up and get some photos...my buddy had them in his truck and he dropped them off somewhere. Just gotta figure out where...

4 Stock Canyon Wheels...I'm guessing they are either 15x7 or 15x8? They need refinished pretty badly if you're wanting them to look good. I think if someone stripped them down and had them powdercoated black they'd look pretty sweet. I currently have pretty worn out BFT A/T KO's mounted on them...31x10.5's. If you only want the wheels, I can probably have my buddy pop the tires off and I'll dispose of them. One wheel is missing the center cap.

Full size spare with new BFG A/T KO 31x10.5 on it...no idea on age of the tire. Tread looks like it's never been used...or used only very briefly. Not sure what kind of wheel it is, but it's not a Canyon. Would prefer this go with the Canyon wheels, but if you MUST have just this alone...make an offer.

Mirror relocation brackets in black...brand new, never used. I decided to go with Harley mirrors instead. I paid $40 new... so keep that in mind before offering me $5 for them please. I don't expect to get the full $40...but at least let me get some of my money back. These I won't mind shipping.

I think I've got a cb setup laying around...cheap Midland cb radio, bracket, and 4' black Firestik with tuneable tip.

Ummmm...stock rear bumper without the milk jugs on it...it needs prepped and painted to look new again, but if you've backed into any trees lately and want a dent free bumper, here ya go.

Chrome front bumper...I hate chrome so it had to go. Just a basic front bumper... similar design as the stock front bumper I'm assuming. It's also in pretty rough shape. Metal is straight but chrome is flaking off in places...rusted in places, etc. Same as the rear bumper though...if you've hit any trees lately and want a dent free bumper, make me an offer.

I think that's it...well, I got stock coil springs if anyone's looking for a set. I could prolly ship those as well. I'll try to update with pics soon...if you have any pic requests for any of the above, feel free to give me a shout. If you want, you can drop me an email instead of a PM...I'll probably reply faster since my emails go straight to my phone. jblackshire@gmail.com

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Pics of the 31" bfg spare?
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Old 07-29-2011, 03:50 AM   #4
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Pics of the 31" bfg spare?
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Old 08-02-2011, 02:30 AM   #5
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Old 08-04-2011, 12:23 AM   #6
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I don't believe those are Canyons
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Old 08-04-2011, 02:04 AM   #7
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I don't believe those are Canyons
I mentioned above the spare is not a Canyon... I'll post pics of the other wheels tomorrow if I get a chance. I'm fairly certain the others are Canyons, but it won't hurt to get confirmation.
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interested in spare . . . you can tell age of tire by four digits on the tire (first two numbers signify weeks 01-52 and last two numbers are year 00-11) . . .if you still have the spare, can you check, please? Thanks.
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interested in spare . . . you can tell age of tire by four digits on the tire (first two numbers signify weeks 01-52 and last two numbers are year 00-11) . . .if you still have the spare, can you check, please? Thanks.
I went to look those numbers up and I've got a lot of numbers on there...most of them did not fit the 01-51 or 00-11 format though. Which numbers should I be looking at? Tried to just get pics, but the numbers didn't come out clear enough to read.
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ok . . . the tire's "born-on date" should be on the wall of the tire near the wheel. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that Tire Identification Numbers be a combination of the letters DOT, followed by ten, eleven or twelve letters and/or numbers that identify the manufacturing location, tire size and manufacturer's code, along with the week and year the tire was manufactured.
Since 2000, the week and year the tire was produced has been provided by the last four digits of the T.I.N. with the 2 digits being used to identify the week immediately preceding the 2 digits used to identify the year
So just look for letters DOT and numbers you want are at the end. You should know if tire is pre-2000, but if not, there will only be three numbers at the end, two for the week and one for the year of the decade. (And any tire from the 90s is not safe, especially on a Jeep; the rubber begins to dry rot after six-seven years)
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Interesting...so here's what I've got. If I understand this right, it means the tire is pre-2000 which is odd since the Jeep is an 02 and the tires weren't original obviously with the spare being brand new (appears to have never been used). So I'm assuming either the previous owner bought used tires from someone including the spare or they got them from somewhere that had them laying around for quite some time.

DOT BE608L1315 (the 315 are all circled like they were part of a different stamp)

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