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#1 bajaleo

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 11:15 AM

Anyone in SoCal have the equipment to change tires? Willing to pay a reasonable fee.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:02 PM

Welcome to the forum BajaLeo

I can help. I'm in Corona. Send me a PM if interested. By the way I dont take cash but I do like Dos Equis.
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Posted 16 February 2012 - 01:33 AM

ynotride I am getting down to the wear bars on my tires, would that offer still stand in a few months?

Welcome Bajaleo- I live just up the road from you and I am always looking for a ridding buddy if your interested.

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 08:13 AM

ynotride I am getting down to the wear bars on my tires, would that offer still stand in a few months?

Welcome Bajaleo- I live just up the road from you and I am always looking for a ridding buddy if your interested.


Of course. The only thing I ask is that you figure out how to take your old tires with you. When I first got my changer I didnt worry about that but now that I have a pile growing in the backyard I cant keep stacking them up. The dealerships around here dont want to recycle them for me since I didnt buy'em from them.
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Posted 16 February 2012 - 09:07 AM

Sure thing. Maybe as part of the thanks I can find a place for the stack in your backyard... ;)

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Posted 16 February 2012 - 09:51 AM


ynotride I am getting down to the wear bars on my tires, would that offer still stand in a few months?

Welcome Bajaleo- I live just up the road from you and I am always looking for a ridding buddy if your interested.


Of course. The only thing I ask is that you figure out how to take your old tires with you. When I first got my changer I didnt worry about that but now that I have a pile growing in the backyard I cant keep stacking them up. The dealerships around here dont want to recycle them for me since I didnt buy'em from them.


You might check with your local land fill or transfer station. Around here they have a free tire day once a year so everybody waits and dumps them all at once. I usually have 25 or more at a time.
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Posted 16 February 2012 - 10:56 AM



ynotride I am getting down to the wear bars on my tires, would that offer still stand in a few months?

Welcome Bajaleo- I live just up the road from you and I am always looking for a ridding buddy if your interested.


Of course. The only thing I ask is that you figure out how to take your old tires with you. When I first got my changer I didnt worry about that but now that I have a pile growing in the backyard I cant keep stacking them up. The dealerships around here dont want to recycle them for me since I didnt buy'em from them.


You might check with your local land fill or transfer station. Around here they have a free tire day once a year so everybody waits and dumps them all at once. I usually have 25 or more at a time.


We have a similar free trash day here but they exclude Tires and Batteries :angry:
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