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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 85burbanator, Feb 23, 2003.

  1. 85burbanator

    85burbanator 1/2 ton status

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    i know a guy that has a set that have been on his truck for only a month and have never been engaged. what would you guys pay for these. i believe they are the premiums and they are for my pos 10 bolt. he is saying 80 for them and im not sure.
     
  2. TX Mudder

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    Warn Premiums usually cost about $90 - $100 new, so if you trust your friend then that's not a bad price.
    -- Mike
     
  3. sdavid

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    Just make sure you get all the pieces that go with them. You would not want $80 paper weights. But one month of being on a vehicle should not hurt them at all. Also make sure they are the premiums. All metal with a bronze colored center that you spin to engage (no plastic).
     
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    I can get them new for 80 with my discount.
    Personnaly I would offer 60 or 65.
    Use is used even for a day.
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  5. Thunder

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    You can get them new for 85.00 partsamerica.com
    I'd offer him 60.00 for a used set.
     
  6. bigjbear

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    General rule of thumb, used parts in good condition are 1/2 new price. If super good a little more, I'd offer $50 & might go up to $60 if I needed them AND he let me pull them.
     
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    Crap, where do you guys buy hubs???? My Warn Premium hubs were $65 brand new at Advance Auto Parts.
     
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    That's what the regular Warns go for at Advance here, the premiums are about $85 last time I checked.
     
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    I just checked yesterday at the Advance Auto parts here and they are 85.00 for the premiums and 65.00 for the regulars.
     
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    They were probably rung-up as regulars....hehehehe, bonus for me!!!
     
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    I just paid $60 for a set of used Premiums. They have been used, but I know the guy who used them and he takes care of his stuff. I would pay $60-70tops.

    Harley
     
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    I paid $65.98 for a pair of Warn Premiums at AutoZone here in Tennessee about a Month ago. I had to ask twice to make sure they were premiums. /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
     

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