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$600 for h2 wheels and tires

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 84CUCV, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. 84CUCV

    84CUCV 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    They are just about new. 22k on them. I was thinking for 600 i cant go wrong. just wondering what you guys think. I think they will look good on a camo M1028. :wink1: thx
     
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    thats about the going rate for a set around here. I had a guy offer me a set for $450 when he swapped to the chrome ones. I should have grabbed them. He paid $1600 for stock chrome H2 wheels.:doah:
     
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    OK 600 looks pretty good
     
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    I was thinking about this too, there was a guy in Austin selling 2 without tires for $50, one had a few scratches but nothing serious...........but I want some more h1 double beadlocks.......... I would pass, but if they have good tires and low miles, mounted and balanced, that is a pretty good deal.

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    I paid 600 for 4 w/ the chrome wheels and put them on my dodge. They had probably 2K miles on them.

    I also bought a set from some local hole in the wall tire shop with the non chrome wheels and 4 bald BFG's for $200.

    I used the 4 wheels for my K5/CUCV and took the best tire and mounted it on my spare for the Dodge.

    The prices have def gone up in the last year or so. I have seen a set on craigslist here in vegas and the guy wanted $1200!!! It pissed me off when I saw that. Hopefully know one buys them at that price......lol

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    Thanks i think i am going to go for them.
     
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    my next rim will be H2's :)
     
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    nice, they are a good looking rim
     
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    The president of my club got some and had beadlocks welded on them... heres a pic.. I know its a jeep... but its baddass and the wheels turned out cool.
    gabe

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    I like how the cut outs in the rings line up with the ridges in the wheel.
     
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    It does look cool. never even thought of beadlocks on them.
     
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    He had them made out of some high grade 3/8 aluminum and then the guy who tigged them on has been welding airplane parts for 20 years so the welds are just sick looking.
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    OK thx
     
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    Let me know if you want some info on where he got the rings... ect. I'll be glad to give him a call
    gabe
     
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    COOL thx i will remember that.
     
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    yep check my thread from a while ago bout beadlocked h2's ;) i think they look great and the rims are cheap
     
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    600 seems high to me for tirers that have 22k on em. Then again if there local it make its easier but it still seems like much.
     
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    I bought my H2's on evil bay for 200.00 and drove to Portland to pick them up. I painted them the same color as my rig and am hoping to use the HD2500 covers.

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    really like those black covers! what are they off of?
     

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