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      05-03-2013, 12:02 PM   #1
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FS: 189's Winter setup!

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Staggered winter rims / tires... Blizzak LM-60 sizes 255/40/18 and 225/45/18. Included with TPS sensors for 2011+ cars.
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Wheels still for sale guys.
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If someone would take the tires, I'm interested in the wheels only. Let me know.
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      09-25-2013, 12:23 PM   #8
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Way overpriced for oem wheels. I'm buying same set in good condition with tires from another seller asking $600.
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Why so expensive?! Tires brand new are about 500 for a set, and you can get these wheels for a few hundred. Yikes!
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well... LM-60s are a bit more expensive. I have two sizes here since its a staggered setup.

Your looking at the tires only brand new that is going for 225/45/18 for $203 each and 255/40/18 for $250 each.

$203 X 2 = $406
$250 X 2 = $500

= $906 plus tax and shipping just for the tires... then you have to mount and balance them ~ $10 a tire so that equals $40 plus tax...

it also comes with 2011 TPMS sensors... you can get them as low as $50 a piece... 50X4 = $100...

so lets recap...

$906 + $40 + $100 = $1040 without shipping and that is not even counting the 189 mint condition rims...

also, i'm a fair guy and i'm willing to bargain for a best price so throw me some offers...
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      09-25-2013, 01:58 PM   #11
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2k for these...
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I'm somewhat new here, but my rule is that if you think something is over priced your choices are simple and few: 1) Offer what you think is a fair price, 2) STFU and move along.

You may have noticed that ragging on the seller if you think their asking price is too high was not one of the options. Anyone that's ever tried to sell something on the interwebs recognizes why these is the best way to go.
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