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    Used Enasave on eBay for $60

    OK...don't frigging beat me up and tell me that you can buy a new 165-65-14 tire at Wal-Mart for $50!

    If you have an otherwise nice set of Enasaves and you end up in a jam needing a single tire, this may be a good way out...

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    It still has some nubs on it so it can't be that old. I just stumbled into a similar situation on eBay. Someone had a single tire of the exact size and brand I currently use. This tire had less than 5,000 miles on it and I got it for $40 shipped (it's a $120 tire). So for about the cost of a tire patch, I have a fresh almost-new tire if I ever get in a jam.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Fuel View Post
    OK...don't frigging beat me up and tell me that you can buy a new 165-65-14 tire at Wal-Mart for $50!

    If you have an otherwise nice set of Enasaves and you end up in a jam needing a single tire, this may be a good way out...

    It still has some nubs on it so it can't be that old. I just stumbled into a similar situation on eBay. Someone had a single tire of the exact size and brand I currently use. This tire had less than 5,000 miles on it and I got it for $40 shipped (it's a $120 tire). So for about the cost of a tire patch, I have a fresh almost-new tire if I ever get in a jam.
    I have a single Dunlop Enasave sitting in my garage. When I lost a Enasave to a sidewall blow out @ 15,000 miles, I replaced a pair of tires instead of just one tire or all four. In a pinch, the odds of finding a 165/65-14 tire in my county are slim to none. I may or may not ever use the spare Enasave, but it's only costing me some space in my garage.

    I wouldn't pay $120 for any Mirage tire, but a slightly used $120 tire for $40 makes sense.



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