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Old 12-21-2014, 03:09 PM   #1
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Stock 2014 GT wheels?

Just out of curiosity, whats a reasonable price someone would actually buy the stock wheels on a 14 GT? and do people even buy the stock wheels? I thought some people might just to use as burnout wheels but I'm not sure
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Old 12-21-2014, 03:18 PM   #2
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I sold my stock rims and wheels for 580 with 90% thread life, idk how much ppl actually sell them


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dang that's not bad, I was thinking around 400s but now I'll keep looking around
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I see them sell around 600-750 around CL, it also depends which type of rims they are too.


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Old 12-21-2014, 08:47 PM   #5
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Its like the 5 spoke roundish ones

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Old 12-21-2014, 08:57 PM   #6
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Old 12-21-2014, 08:58 PM   #7
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Will people buy them for 600-700?

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Old 12-21-2014, 09:01 PM   #8
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Stock 2014 GT wheels?

Are they In good conditions? And on thread life? Mine were practically new sold them for 600 and had several ppl trying to buy, a guy with a 01 mustang ended up buying it


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Relatively new I would estimate about 70-75% tread left but not really sure how to tell tbh lol they have 6.7K miles on them

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Relatively new I would estimate about 70-75% tread left but not really sure how to tell tbh lol they have 6.7K miles on them

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Also they are dipped black right now but I can obviously peel it off and clean them thoroughly and shine tires if necessary
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Old 12-21-2014, 09:12 PM   #10
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I would say you can still sell it for 600.


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That's pretty good, did you sell them on here? Also how much is shipping for them usually? I would love if I found someone in my area to buy them but I doubt I would
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Actually I sold them on Craigslist, several ppl in my area wanted them.


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Interesting, hopefully I have the same luck, may post them tomorrow but they are still on my car, just inquiring to see how much I could make back if I swapped out my wheels
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What about to California special 19s? What would they sale for. I have a set with 80% tread left.


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It depends on the wheel. The base 5-spoke wheels with good tires usually go for about $400-600 in my area. The optional wheels usually go for more. I sold my 18" polished aluminum wheels for $800 and have seen the 19" machined aluminum wheels for as much as $1000. Brembo wheels are all over the place but they are very common. Again just depends on the wheel, try looking on craigslist or ebay.
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Old 12-23-2014, 06:42 AM   #16
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Relatively new I would estimate about 70-75% tread left but not really sure how to tell tbh lol they have 6.7K miles on them

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Also they are dipped black right now but I can obviously peel it off and clean them thoroughly and shine tires if necessary
Are you in Arizona? Saw a set on Craigslist for sale but they were plasti dipped black. If I were looking for some I would be worried they were trying to hide some dings and scratches under there.
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take your time and look on various forums Craigs etc till you find some in driving distance shipping is expensive.
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I am not in Arizona lol

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It depends on the wheel. The base 5-spoke wheels with good tires usually go for about $400-600 in my area. The optional wheels usually go for more. I sold my 18" polished aluminum wheels for $800 and have seen the 19" machined aluminum wheels for as much as $1000. Brembo wheels are all over the place but they are very common. Again just depends on the wheel, try looking on craigslist or ebay.
I sold my Four 2014 Ford Mustang Factory 19" OEM Wheels Tires 245/45/19 Pirelli with TPMS still in with less than 1,000 miles for $875.00 and they sold fast. I put them up for sale right when I ordered my new wheels, and had them sold almost immediately, I had to wait a few days until my new wheels came in so I wouldn't be stuck with my car up on blocks, plus I reused the boxes to ship out my wheels.
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I sold my 18" GT rims for $750. They sold in less than a week and I bought a set of 19" Brembo wheels for the same $750. It worked out that the guy picked up my 18" rims the same day I went to pick up the new ones, so I didn't have to spend any of my own cash and the car was on blocked for less than 8 hours!
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I'm buying a take off set of the 19" machined aluminum with black painted windows wheels with new Pirelli tires and no TPMS sensors for $900. It was more than I wanted to pay but these wheels don't come up for sale hardly ever on CL and the set that just sold on ebay with the sensors were over $1,000 with shipping. I can get a set of Ford Racing TPMS sensors with the Ford tool to sync them for $110 so the price comes out to about the same or I can reuse my old ones if I want to sell my stock wheels without sensors.

a set of Brembo wheels with good tread stock tires and sensors just sold on our local CL for $700.

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I paid $100 each for two 18 inch wheels (no TPMS) for my 14 after the original two got curb rash from avoiding a collision right after I got the car.
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I'm in Vegas. Sold mine privately for 700.


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I have the 18x8 Charcoal AMR's that came on my '14 GT. I just listed them for sale $800 with Pirelli P-zero tires and lug nuts. They have 11000 miles on them and are in great shape.


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I don't want to get same width wheels/tires as stock lol... otherwise a good deal. I am probably going to get the 19x9.5 gloss black Shelby Wheels with 275 tires all around
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That would be a good look.

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