How much do OEM rims go for?

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  1. NebraskaJ

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    I have the LTZ 20" wheels on my '13 Hoe and I'm looking to go with some 22" snowflakes. What do you think I can get out of the old set? They're in very good shape with no rash. I see remans going for $800-$1000... could I expect $400-$500? Anyone need a good set of chrome OEMs?
     
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    On CL you can get 400-500 especially if you have decent tires. Look on there to see what others go for. Be sure to mention sensors and you may get a little more
     
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    If you were local to me I'd definitely pay $600-700 for the wheels with good tires.
     
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    How much do you think you will have to pay for an OEM 22” set of snowflakes? I’ve been thinking about going that route also, only concern has been how much to pay for an OEM set of 22” wheels.

    Good luck with selling your 20” set to help fund your 22”’s.
     
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    I like them too just out of range right now. Maybe in a couple years when they’re not as cool.
     
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    I don't want to pay for OEMs so I found a good deal on some replicas. I paid $900 for the set and can't wait to get them on the 'Hoe!
     
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    I’m sure you’re itching for the upgrade already having them around lol. I know that I am and I don’t have them in the garage yet!
     
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    GM snowflakes are 20 inch wheels. Not 22s. So if you’re getting snowflakes in a 22 inch wheel it’s a replica wheel. That might bring cost down a little bit.....
     
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    They are actually a GMC accessory, so you can get 22" OEM snowflakes @ $600 each.

    I actually misspoke through the thread, I got 22" honeycomb wheels. I like the cleaner lines better on those. It's gonna look great!
     
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    Oh my bad. I can’t picture which ones you’re talking about. Can you post a photo of them?
     

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