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Avon Race Tires for sale

1937 Views 15 Replies 6 Participants Last post by  ghetto_racer
This was posted by Lou on the Skulls line, and as he does not have access here, I told him I would post it. There are three people already signed up for tires, but he would like more, as the better the quantity, the better the price for everyone. Please contact Lou directly,

For anyone who does not know it, Lou started this year on a RD350, and won the class!! He is no. 11 USCRA


----- Original Message -----
From: "lou quintal" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 6:28 PM
Subject: [skullsgroup] AVON RACE COMPOUND TIRES AT COST!!!


> To anyone interested. I can get these tires at cost
> price from my dad. He has a small independent repair
> shop for atvs/and motorcycles. I pitched him the idea
> of selling the club some tires and he agreed. Here is
> what we have to do. 20 or more tires have to be
> purchased. Sales tax will be required because all the
> money is going through me. I will need payment in full
> from everyone before the tires will be ordered. I can
> get the tires as far as Portland ME for free. I will
> be at the May 10th Hawk track day and will deliver
> them there for free. If you absolutely can't wait I
> will ship them if you pay the freight. Attached is a
> page with all the race tires and part#'s. If you email
> me the part #'s I can get you a price. I will require
> everyone to give me the part # of the tires they want.
> It will be difficult if not impossible to do returns
> so you want to make sure the Part#'s you give me are
> correct. Any questions feel free to email or call me.
> My cell # is 207.650.9208
> Louie

Edited by - imslow on Feb 07 2005 2:26:07 PM
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(re: fathouse dyno) yeah joe, kinda like the radar gun, or my benelli 250ss!

i also agree with johnny b. and yes joe c. too! helping the racing community is what it's all about. after selling tires for over a year, i still don't see why anyone does it, profit wise that is. it is a real competitive business. when a retail shop has to deal with the internet (re: educated and informed consumer) the margin gets slimmer and slimmer. i used to start the day comparing three competing websites just to know where i should base my prices. i felt like a commodities broker.

welcome to capitalism, let the best price win!

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