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gooseman80

WTB: ITP AT589 M&S 28x9-12

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I need a replacment ITP AT589 M&S 28x9-12. The problem is that I have a defective tire right now with a slight bulge causing a wobbing with the bike. I know my chances are not good considering how long the tire has been discontinued but it never hurts to try. Thanks

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