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    Stock WRX wheels question

    Whenever I get my new WRX here in the next 2 to 8 weeks, The first thing I will probably do is get new rims, So I will obviously be looking to sell the stockies. But before I do sell them I just wanted to get a little knowledge of how much I should look into selling them? I seen on Subarus OEM parts site that the rims go for over 300 bux a peice but nobody would buy those rims for 1200 bux. Has anyone here had experience with selling their stock rims and/or had an opinion on a good price to sell them at? I was thinking maybe 200-250 range per wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N/atoboosted View Post
    I was thinking maybe 200-250 range per wheel.

    Thanks guys!
    That sounds reasonable. I've seen most of the new OEM wheels in perfect condition listed for sale in the $600 - 800 range (factory tires included), although they are probably actually sold for less than that.
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    are you going to sell them with the tires or without?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexxx0486 View Post
    are you going to sell them with the tires or without?
    I will be keeping the tires!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N/atoboosted View Post
    I will be keeping the tires!
    In that case, knock a couple hundred bucks off the asking price: $500-600, I'd think.
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    Where do you live? Because if you get snow, you should keep the wheels and put some snow tires, then you can have fun in the snow.

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    yeah $500 sounds about right without the tires.
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    you will need tire pressure sensors if u dont take off from ur wheels

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    why not just talk to ur dealer and ask them for credit for ur wheels and tires and take ur wheels and tires to mount at the dealer
    save u a lot of money

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajalucy View Post
    why not just talk to ur dealer and ask them for credit for ur wheels and tires and take ur wheels and tires to mount at the dealer
    save u a lot of money
    That is a great Idea! I will give the dealership a call once it gets closer to when the car will arrive and see if they can help me out. Thanks man!

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