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Anybody in the Tampa area interested in a brand new set of tires for their RC350? I can let them go for 10% off Tire Rack prices.
 

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I'm sorry but Potenza's are crap. Which is probably the reason you're selling them. I had them on my Z and my RX8 in the past (stock tires). Couldn't wait to wear them out and get new ones. Went with Goodyear on the RX8. Traded the Z before needing them. The Michelins on my RC350 have to be the best tires I've ever had. But good luck to you!
 

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I'm sorry but Potenza's are crap. Which is probably the reason you're selling them. I had them on my Z and my RX8 in the past (stock tires). Couldn't wait to wear them out and get new ones. Went with Goodyear on the RX8. Traded the Z before needing them. The Michelins on my RC350 have to be the best tires I've ever had. But good luck to you!

Funny that on my RC they put Dunlap tires. Is yours an AWD as mine is RWD?
 

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You might have luck selling them on some Lexus IS forum since some of those guys might want a set, or even GS and LS guys.
 

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I put 20" tires on Vossen wheels. These Bridgestone tires are just the standard tires that came with the car.
 

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why not keep the stock wheels and tires for when you eventually resell the car? Aftermarket stuff can sometimes hamper a resale value...

That is true. When I sold my 2011 Camaro I took off everything custom I put on it and returned it to stock for a quick and easy sale. If you've got the room hold on to them.
 

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How wide of a wheel did you get and what sort of tire fitment did you go for? A bit of a stretch?
I put 275/30 on the rear and 245/35 on the front.

Good point on keeping for resale - I had same thought but not much space in garage right now.
 

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why not keep the stock wheels and tires for when you eventually resell the car? Aftermarket stuff can sometimes hamper a resale value...
That and even the smallest of modifications could turn someone away, but if it's 100% stock, you'll attract just about everyone interested in an RC.
 
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