Cleveland’s Dealer Tire LLC could be sold again as speculation has surfaced that PE owner Lindsay Goldberg may exit the tire supplier. Bloomberg reported last week that the New York-based buyout firm has held talks with financial advisers about strategic options for the business. Dealer Tire could sell for as much as $2 billion, but no decision has been made and Lindsay Goldberg could ultimately keep the company, the report said. So far, reports have been based on unnamed sources. As of late last week, representatives from Lindsay Goldberg and Dealer Tire had not commented on the report, which was picked up by numerous other media outlets. Dealer Tire, founded in 1999 by brothers Dean and Scott Mueller, supplies replacement tires to 10,000 retailers for 24 different auto brands. They took on TA Associates as a minority investor in 2009. Lindsay Goldberg bought out TA as part of a $715 million investment in Dealer Tire in November 2014.