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I have a brand new set of rs3's in 305/30/19 up for sale. I no longer need these for the time being as my car is going into surgery for awhile ;) I have two sets of these as well btw. Price is $700 for a pair or $1,300 for a full set, I just want them gone ($425 each tire on tirerack's site). The price is very reasonable, so lowballers exit the thread now please. I'm located in Southern California and can drop off the tires if you're local and don't have anything to pick them up in yourself for a small fee ($20 or so). I can also ship but the price will vary depending on where you're located, so if you're interested in getting these shipped please shoot me your postal code and I will get you a quote ASAP. Payment will be accepted through paypal (for buyer/seller piece of mind) or cash if done locally. PM or email me if you have any further questions
Price is $1,500 shipped anywhere in the U.S


paypal/email: [email protected]

Took the pics last week but didn't have time until today to post them, so sorry about the date confusion XD



 

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How would these compare to Toyo R888s?

Not as useful on the track I'd guess but better all around tire?
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
How would these compare to Toyo R888s?

Not as useful on the track I'd guess but better all around tire?
A toyo r888 is more of a track only tire since they're r-compounds. Most people who use rs3's would buy them for the occasional track car, say 4-6 times a year or something along those lines. And yes, it's also classified as a "street" tire while the r888's are considered "race" tires
 

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Thanks for the purchase^^^

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