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Thread: 15" Mini Cooper Wheels with Michelin Snow tires (Detroit area)

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    15" Mini Cooper Wheels with Michelin Snow tires (Detroit area)

    Forget the snow tires...these wheels look nice and work perfectly on a Mirage. They don't appear to be beat-up, curbed, etc.

    Winter snow wheels & tires: 4x100mm, 195/60R15 - $500 (Livonia)

    Set of Mini Cooper 7 spoke wheels and Michelin X-ICE tires.
    Wheels are 4x100 mm with MINI center caps.
    Tires have less than 4,000miles.

    Link: https://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/w...259429778.html
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    FYI... He had these on Craigslist for $600 last month.


    EDIT - Adding photo of Mirage with these wheels...

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    Last edited by Top_Fuel; 01-10-2021 at 07:05 PM.

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    Those rims would look good. I would haggle the price though if it's already dropped $100, probably can drop another $100 at least, or try anyway. Used market.

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    Rally you should get these for your Mirage. Seriously.

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    Hey you called me Rally, cool. As for the rims and wheels I'm strapped for cash right now. Gotta save my $ where I can. I'm sure someone would appreciate those rims. Maybe Assassintime14? Speaking of him, I haven't heard from him lately... Hope he's okay.
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    I would be interested in picking up the set but don't need the snow tires. I've always liked those rims since Top_Fuel first pointed them out.

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    All the money I spent I, spent on books for my upcoming classes.
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    They'd look great on Speck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MirageRally View Post
    All the money I spent I, spent on books for my upcoming classes.
    Book prices in academia are nutty. You probably already did, but always be sure to look around online before buying anything. A lot of times searching on Google for the name of the book + "pdf" will lead you to some useful results. It's likely different from major to major, but for me in engineering that almost always yielded useful results. Certainly a cultural and not a racial thing, but the Chinese community is much more collectivist than us Americans, and are generally much more tech savvy, so as soon as any Chinese nationals are enrolled in a certain school/university, the books for the courses are digitized and uploaded online.

    Short of that, there are ways (if you are smart about it) to remove the DRM from eBooks from places like Amazon or Google Play. What I had done several times in the past was to pool money with classmates, buy one electronic edition of the text, remove the DRM, and then share it with everyone. It's much more convenient to have electronic copies of the text in many situations, anyway.

    Best of luck!

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    If you're studying humanities, then a library card is your money saving BFF. Find used Dover paperback editions for books like Frankenstein. I know you're studying Accounting, I'm just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PityOnU View Post
    Book prices in academia are nutty. You probably already did, but always be sure to look around online before buying anything. A lot of times searching on Google for the name of the book + "pdf" will lead you to some useful results. It's likely different from major to major, but for me in engineering that almost always yielded useful results. Certainly a cultural and not a racial thing, but the Chinese community is much more collectivist than us Americans, and are generally much more tech savvy, so as soon as any Chinese nationals are enrolled in a certain school/university, the books for the courses are digitized and uploaded online.

    Short of that, there are ways (if you are smart about it) to remove the DRM from eBooks from places like Amazon or Google Play. What I had done several times in the past was to pool money with classmates, buy one electronic edition of the text, remove the DRM, and then share it with everyone. It's much more convenient to have electronic copies of the text in many situations, anyway.

    Best of luck!
    Yeah, With my Accounting classes-the professors usually have specific books and l've tried to get different kinds. But it's been tough finding the right ones...plus the books l purchased come with a study course that helps you with weaknesses in your studying and gives youtube videos and specific homework to help you pass your tests and grasp the knowledge better. Think of like a Tutor or Mentor...it really helps and thanks! l'll be making spreadsheets and financial statements in no time!


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