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Based on the facts that you shared, it does not sound like you have any legal recourse against the other person. However, he may have legal recourse against you. The answer depends on whether or not he abandoned those new tires and rims that he put on the swapped car. You can argue that he failed to switch the tires and rims when he traded the car back, and that he did not ask for those tires and rims for two months. That is a pretty solid argument.
On the other hand, if it is obvious that you should have known that the other guy would want the tires and rims back, the judge may side with him and rule that you are not going to have that windfall because you should have given the tires and rims back. In other words, the judge may rule that you're not going to benefit from an obvious mistake.
The bot***** *****ne is that the ultimate answer depends on the specific facts in your case.
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