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What's a fair price/gauging interest-rims

I may have a set of rims to sell which will include all hardware. My friend is interested and offered 450$ obviously it would be easier for me to sell to him and I'm always willing to give a friend a deal but if I can get substantially more then ill sell them here. So question is how much did you pay for your spare rims? About how much was shipping? Thanks guys!
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I may have a set of rims to sell which will include all hardware. My friend is interested and offered 450$ obviously it would be easier for me to sell to him and I'm always willing to give a friend a deal but if I can get substantially more then ill sell them here. So question is how much did you pay for your spare rims? About how much was shipping? Thanks guys!

I would base your price off what New price is from say a dealership and what they are going for on sites like ebay. Based off condition as well. Somewhere in between there would be a good starting point. Most that i have seen go for around 5-600

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I just sold a set of wheels on the boards last month. I think I got $275 for the rear and $220 for the front (both in good shape). If you figure you're not going to ask top dollar from your friends, $450 sounds about right to me.
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I just sold a set of wheels on the boards last month. I think I got $275 for the rear and $220 for the front (both in good shape). If you figure you're not going to ask top dollar from your friends, $450 sounds about right to me.
Plus if he is local you wont have to deal with shipping.

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