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PRICE DROP! Asking $650.

Howdy guys! Looking to move my OEM wheels and tires since I've upgraded. Located in Denver, CO and not looking to ship for now. If I can't move them by spring I might consider shipping but not at this time.

10k miles on them, a little bit of cosmetic damage to two of the wheels from off roading but completely functional. Unfortunately I don't think the scratches will buff out, but maybe it's a candidate for someone looking to paint or powdercoat them? Or just to live with a few scratches? Should be able to see the damage in the pics but I can take more if you can't. Anyways, TPMS still installed and factory lug nuts included.

Wheels are the "Charcoal Machined" 17x8et33 6x120s, looks like prices vary a bit but from what I'm seeing they start at around $180 each without TPMS (ALY5671 Chevrolet Colorado Wheel Charcoal Machined #94775680).

Tires are of course the 255/65r17 Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain Adventures with Kevlar, about $150 per tire each (https://tinyurl.com/yyb7r64g).

I'm looking for $750 $650 for the set, and I'll throw in the factory spare to boot if you want. Total new, the package would be about $1320 without the TPMS sensors and lug nuts. I'd prefer to keep the tires installed for the sake of simplicity, but I can look into separating the wheels and tires if you can make it worth it.
 

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Bumping. Would be really handy for anyone looking to have a separate set of wheels and tires to swap out seasonally!
 
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Dropping the price to $650, it's hard to read the market but I may have overpriced 'em a little. Need my balcony back lol.
 

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Dropping the price to $650, it's hard to read the market but I may have overpriced 'em a little. Need my balcony back lol.
I don't know if you have gotten rid of these yet, and I hate to ask, but if you haven't gotten rid of them is there any chance you can tell me what the diameter of the lug holes are? Been googling for days and can't seem to find the info. I want to see if I can find set of extended shank lug nut for the truck so I can run some slim spacers but don't know how to find out if the shank will fit inside the wheel.

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I don't know if you have gotten rid of these yet, and I hate to ask, but if you haven't gotten rid of them is there any chance you can tell me what the diameter of the lug holes are? Been googling for days and can't seem to find the info. I want to see if I can find set of extended shank lug nut for the truck so I can run some slim spacers but don't know how to find out if the shank will fit inside the wheel.

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No problem, I just measured them at 23/32nds of an inch, but I have to be honest I don't think they're perfectly circular. They've got an inconsistent bevel that makes it a little hard to tell though so don't quote me on it. I tried to measure across a point where the bevel was the thinnest so I could attempt to give you the actual hole's diameter.
 

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No problem, I just measured them at 23/32nds of an inch, but I have to be honest I don't think they're perfectly circular. They've got an inconsistent bevel that makes it a little hard to tell though so don't quote me on it. I tried to measure across a point where the bevel was the thinnest so I could attempt to give you the actual hole's diameter.
Thanks! I think the bevel is supposed to help the cone shaped lug nuts center the lugs and keep the tire from vibrating going down the road...I have to find lug nuts that have a shank that fits in the hole but still has the cone. I'm only going for a half inch spacer so its either find lug nuts that will grab more thread or replace all the lugs with longer lugs. I was really hoping to avoid taking everything apart.

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