Trailblazer 17" aluminum wheels Option N75

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dfc739

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Jul 29, 2012
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Des Moines, IA
I checked my spare a few weeks ago and found out it was almost completely rusted through. So I got on craigslist to get an aluminum wheel to match my others. I could only find a set of four though, so I'm trying to get the other three out of the way. I played with the idea of putting some offroad tires on these, but money is too tight right now.

All tires seem to be holding air. I've checked the pressure a few times in the last few weeks and it's always the same. I have not put them on my vehicle. They came off a 2005 Trailblazer and I believe they are option N75 (I also have this style on my 2004). They are the 17x7, six lug, five spoke pattern and have 245/65/R17 tires on them. Tire tread is low and I wouldn't plan on running these tires on the highway. The tires might do for a spare, but they don't have much more life in them. The wheels are in great shape. The only minor problems are where the wheel weights were on the rim and I documented all of them below. They come with the Chevy center caps.

I'd prefer to deal locally in the eastern Kansas/Missouri area. Price for local pickup is $100 each OBO and I'll have to figure out how much shipping is before I can give a price on shipped. I'm just trying to get these out of the way so make an offer. PM me with any other questions and refer to which wheel (numbered 1, 2, and 3). I have higher resolution pics also if you want them.

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bore_pig

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Nov 25, 2011
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$100 a piece? Sorry to break it to you bud, but brand new aftermarket rims can be bought starting at $109 per rim. You might want to consider lowering your price a bit to help them sell.
 

TangoBravo

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Dec 5, 2011
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While I am in the market for rims, there is no way Im paying 100 per. I need a set of winter and summer rims, my purchase of rims will be the winter set, I would offer 20 a rim and I will pay shipping.
 

dfc739

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Jul 29, 2012
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Des Moines, IA
Sorry, I sold them over the weekend. The post was OBO and I was made an offer I couldn't refuse. How do I edit the title?
 
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