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Old 02-11-2009, 05:13 PM   #1
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Can people understand what they read?

I posted my 33"s with rims on Craigslist 2 hours ago. I specified that I was looking to trade for either stock Rubicon wheels/tires or a set of 31's on rims with good tread on them. I stated they cant be sold because I dont have anything to replace them to drive. Ive had numerous calls and emails of trading Ford rims with bald tires and cash too how much for the lift when you take it out? One guy wanted to swap me a set of nissan sentra tires and 50 dollars for them. Common sense people, its a thing of the past.

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Too bad you aren't closer to Colorado Springs. I would trade my Jeep rims with 31s on them.

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Old 02-11-2009, 05:25 PM   #3
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oooh, 33" rim & tires. i'll give you 2 bald 35" tires, 1 29" tire, a 33" tire, 2 squirrels, a slice of pizza, and a slap chop for your 33's. will that work? i stopped reading your post after i saw 33" tires and rims.
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Old 02-11-2009, 05:28 PM   #4
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Call within the next 20 minutes, because you know I cant do this all day, and Ill even throw in a second set of stripped lug nuts.
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I have a squirrel on a bicycle wearing a top hat and shoes that would go great with your jeep. He's a red squirrel. With a puffy tail. Come on. Ok, I'll throw in four wheelbarrow tires.
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Only if the wheels came off the Jeep wheelbarrow. Then you got yourself a deal.
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Old 02-11-2009, 05:37 PM   #7
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Three are flat.... and the spare is small.
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Old 02-11-2009, 05:39 PM   #8
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well, since they are flat, your gonna have to dress the squirrel in a tux. Can you throw in the fake money with the eyeballs from the Gieco commercial?
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Old 02-11-2009, 05:43 PM   #9
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Call within the next 20 minutes, because you know I cant do this all day, and Ill even throw in a second set of stripped lug nuts.
I went to International Ag show yesterday and Sham-Wow had a booth there. The guy wasn't the same guy but an impostor. Had the same lines but a Latino accent. I couldn't help myself, as I walked by I yelled over he crowd "You're going to love my nuts" everyone turned around and looked like they didn't know why I would say such a thing.

I don't know......
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ahahahahaha, oh man, you just mad my day. Thats video worthy right there.
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well, since they are flat, your gonna have to dress the squirrel in a tux. Can you throw in the fake money with the eyeballs from the Gieco commercial?
I can, but you have to include the cat in your sig and he better dance all the time.
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ahhhhh, not my cat!!!!!! how about a monkey that wobbles his head back and forth?

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Nope. Cat or the deal's off.
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Old 02-11-2009, 06:06 PM   #14
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oh man, forget the tires, i want the bobble head monkey for my dashboard. i'll give you a sweet @ss "light saber" letter opener for it.
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I have a love/hate relationship with craigslist. Awesome resource, destroyed by a bunch of freakin idiots.

You don't live on the east coast, do ya? I would think about trading my Rubi wheels with brand new AT tires for some 33s.
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Old 02-11-2009, 06:56 PM   #16
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I have a love/hate relationship with craigslist. Awesome resource, destroyed by a bunch of freakin idiots.

You don't live on the east coast, do ya? I would think about trading my Rubi wheels with brand new AT tires for some 33s.
yup, in NY
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so, can i buy your lift?

do you have those dice that go in the mirror, i would consider those also. i have some new shamwows, and a snuggie i could trade.

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did you say snuggie??? i'm interested in that. i totally need one for when the family goes out to sporting vevnts together.
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i saw one in walgreens today, i almost bought it.
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was it sage green?
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i saw on in target last weekend. i would have bought it but the commercial does not have an overzealous host to really make me feel like i need it.
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lol, sage green. ya, calling it "sage" does not make the color (or product for that matter) any more appealing.
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was it sage green?
looked blue on the box. i was gonna buy it, then i remembered how stupid those guys looked in the bleachers at a game in the comercial.
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i saw on in target last weekend. i would have bought it but the commercial does not have an overzealous host to really make me feel like i need it.
yeah, but that guy looking like a monk should be enough to sell it.
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when i thought about buying one i remembered that i own blankets.
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looked blue on the box. i was gonna buy it, then i remembered how stupid those guys looked in the bleachers at a game in the comercial.
ya'll could have been high fiving! did the one at the store come with the booklight? that lady looked awful happy with hers
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that's the only problem with blankets, every time i go to high five i end up getting tangled up and trapped in my blaknet.
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that's the only problem with blankets, every time i go to high five i end up getting tangled up and trapped in my blaknet.
well then, you need a snuggie, so you can hi five.

and i didn't see a book light, i knew it didn't feel right.
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that is where they get you. you think you getting a good deal b/c there is no shipping and handling, but they're skimping out on the book light.

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