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WTB: starion wheels

147/1000

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Looking for a set of starion wheels. I'm located in Louisiana. The closer the better but I'll pay shipping if the price is right. Lmk what you have or if you know of a set for sale.
 

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Saw these the other day. Pricy, but worth it.

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147/1000

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Thanks for the lead. But that's WAY more than I want to spend. I just want them to mount on my yota work truck. Not worried about the finish as long as they are straight and not rashed up.
 

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If you were in Cali I'd sell you mine for $250. There's some 17x9 wheels I've been eyeing. The shipping would cost you about $100 ew.
 
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147/1000

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That would be right up my alley. Why does shipping have to be so expensive? /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/banghead.gif
 
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I shipped some wheels from socal to florida for $82 through fedex. The wheels were 15x7 though. 16x7/8 would be more expensive because they're bigger and heavier.
 

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What size did you want? There's four different width and offset combinations - five if you include the jap spec rears.
 

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Wow, I didn't realize there was that many combinations. The ones I'm looking for would come on an 88-89, 7" wide fronts, 8" rears and I believe they are called SHP wheels.
 

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No, SHP Wheels are 16x8(+18)/16x9(0). You're looking at least $500 for a decent at of SHP wheels. And that's a good deal because they're rare.
Non-SHP wheels are 16x7(+18)/16x8(-10).

Then there's the flatbody cars who have their own wheels as well in 4x114.3.
 

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if you are after the 7s and 8 non-SHP then good news they are pretty cheap compared to the SHP rims.

I paid $600 for a set of polished SHPs and I think about $200 for a pair of non-SHP rear 8's.
 
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