Even if someone one had a new pair (and who would sit on a pair of these and not have used them themselves by now?) they'd very likely to be too old to drive on reliably. Tires have date codes for a reason. Not to mention 1 of them would cost more than a whole set of 16" BFG's which are modern as opposed to the 80's tech TRX. Michelin has forced your hand. It did mine. They will never make the 280 size again. Track down a set of stock 16" wheels (ebay and fchat) and get them reconditioned if need be. If the rims in the link in the post above were available when I was looking I certainly would have considered those which are less costly than most of the used ones I saw that also needed reconditioning. Good luck!!