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A. Item for sale/trade (model, specs, etc.): 18x8 +55 5x108 ST Premium Wheels

B. Condition: Used normal wear and tear

C. Price/What you want to trade for: $400 OBO

D. Location of item: SoCal(Riverside Co.)

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tpms included?
 

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$400 per wheel or set?
You really have to ask? Lol that's the set of four! These are optional stock rims they cost $495 for everything and come mounted with new tires and red calipers when you buy the car...
 

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They cost more than that....the $495 is the additional amount .....you're already paying for the standard setup in the basic price of the car.
 

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Why do you think it costs ford more than $495 for mass produced rims at the factory when You can get brand new FRPP 19" rims from cj pony for $119 plus any additional promos off like 10%?
https://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-pe...l-19-x8-matte-black-focus-2012-2018/p/W114-V/
I'm not saying they cost Ford an Extra $495...if your window sticker says + $495.....then that's what they cost you....an extra $495 per set above and beyond the regular snowflakes that are standard now on STs. So the cost of the snowflakes are built in to the basic MSRP.....$ ? I don't know maybe a few hundred per set ?...add the $495....then the optional wheels cost you close to a $1,000 ???
 

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I'm not saying they cost Ford an Extra $495...if your window sticker says + $495.....then that's what they cost you....an extra $495 per set above and beyond the regular snowflakes that are standard now on STs. So the cost of the snowflakes are built in to the basic MSRP.....$ ? I don't know maybe a few hundred per set ?...add the $495....then the optional wheels cost you close to a $1,000 ???
I think they're worth $1000 brand new with tires (pzeros or f1) I was just saying the option is only $495 and that comes with the red calipers. Most people will not spend $1000 on stock rims unless it's an insurance replacement since you can get lighter better looking aftermarket ones. But getting back to price the frpp ones are only $119 less any discounts so why would these be any more?
 
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