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Carl Atkinson

Business Liquidation in California

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Starting September 9, 2013 I will be liquidating all tires, wheels, hubcaps, supplies and equipment used to sell tires and wheels wholesale for the past 40 years. The shop is in Hesperia, California some 70 miles from Los Angeles on the way to Las Vegas. The tires include high performance used tires 17", 18' and some 20" plus pickup, medium truck and forklift or loader equipment tires in various sizes. Online inventory will be available soon after I return to California on the 9th. In this list I have three new Coats Tire Machines in original unopened boxes I had purchased for an expansion. Anyone already in the tire business could easily use the tire shop supplies including patches, cement, valve stems and lug nuts. The tools used to install those patches etc. are also useful and cheap. I sell 31 Products supplies and have some inventory of new material at less than WD prices. Local dealers will like the portable storage units I have used at this site including 20', 24' 28' and 48' trailers and truck bodies with rollup doors. All in all this could be an opportunity for someone so call 800 75 TIRES and I will answer any question you might have or send you photos of any specific item.

Carl the HubCap Kid

Wheels Etc

17521 Mesa St.

Hesperia, CA 92345

909 350 8200

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