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Tire "slashed" on the side - what to do?

Hello,

I bought 18 "S-Line rims with tires on Ebay. I knew about the small curb damage beforehand, but not about the" slashed "tire flanks.

Of course I'll complain about that, but what do you think, can you still drive these things with a clear conscience? Have just another 5-6 cm profile!

Thank you in advance !

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Re: Tire "slashed" on the side - what to do?

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Originally written by BertRacoon

Of course I'll complain about that, but what do you think, can you still drive these things with a clear conscience? Have just another 5-6 cm profile!

@BertRacoon,

honestly? 5-6 cm profile? Are these digger tires? : D

Are you tired of life?

In doing so, you are not only endangering yourself, but also everyone else on the street !!

PS: Apart from the fact that the tires would no longer hold air anyway: D

Looks like assembly damage when trying to pull it off ...

So either I'm too stupid, my TFT has quirks or I'm standing on the hose but I don't see what you mean in the picture ...

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Originally written by andre_bergeraber

I don't see what you mean in the picture ...

@andre_berger,

take a look at the torn pieces of paper in the tire: D

PS: daaaas was a xxxxx question .. you understand ?? ;)

:-)

yes moerf you opened my eyes * g * Now I see that this was a SAUDOOFE question, but I had not recognized it and the browser window was not maximized so that the picture was not in its original size. * out *

Well now after looking at the pictures I have to say:

stupid question @BertRacoon!

Of course, driving with it would be more than suicidal!

Well, you don't always have luck on Ebay. Can you send me the link to the auction via PM?

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Originally written by andre_berger

:-)

yes moerf you opened my eyes * g * Now I see that this was a SAUDOOFE question, but I had not recognized it and the browser window was not maximized so that the picture was not in its original size. * out *

Well now after looking at the pictures I have to say:

stupid question @BertRacoon!

Of course, driving with it would be more than suicidal!

Well, you don't always have luck on Ebay. Can you send me the link to the auction via PM?

... of course I thought to myself that I could whistle these things away :(

Now I also know why the seller wanted to get rid of the tires! I can provide the link: http: //cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ...

There was only something about "small scratches" and no damaged tires. Full the left number !!

the last auctions I have watched the sentence (but without scratches etc ... because I want to drive in myself and net the previous owner) always for well over 1000 €. Even with a new tire, you can't say anything against the price if the rest of them are ok

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Originally written by BertRacoon

There was only something about "small scratches" and no damaged tires. Full the left number !!

@BertRacoon,

then you should give him a "good" rating for his behavior. And take a screenshot of the auction page. You may need this as evidence if you want to go against the guy. I would also send a fat complaint to Ebay .. If I were you, I wouldn't want to swallow the toad that easily. Incidentally, mention something about lawyer and purchase price reduction!

The selling price is irrelevant if you are linked like that.

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Originally written by andre_berger

the last auctions I have watched the sentence (but without scratches etc ... because I want to drive in myself and net the previous owner) always for well over 1000 €. Even with a new tire, you can't say anything against the price if the rest of them are ok

Well, the other tires are almost as badly slit. So I can throw away all the tires and then have the rims straightened, because they are sure to have a good blow when the good lady (yes, they are from a woman!) Has kissed the curb so hard. There was no tire with one of the rims, it must have completely killed it :(

There is nothing in the item description about slashed tires. The contract is therefore invalid due to non-performance. However, the seller has the right to repair or to pay damages.

Just a matter of negotiation ...

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andy_new

There is nothing in the item description about slashed tires. The contract is therefore invalid due to non-performance.

The improper fulfillment has no influence on the concluded sales contract. The seller merely failed to meet his obligation to deliver the purchased item because of the broken tires.

Just being right and being right is always so good. If the seller excludes the possible repair, i.e. other tires, BertRacoon would be entitled to a purchase price reduction. I just can't imagine that the seller will make remittances so quickly ...

@Bert ...

Do you have a motor vehicle legal protection insurance? e.g. ADAC or something?