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Old 04-05-04, 10:32 PM
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how much is a set of 90-92 ls wheels worth?... i have a set of dubs on my car and some guy is wanting to buy my stock ones for a reasonable price. i was wondering wat is a fair price. thanks ahead of time. they're in good condition with no tires
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What is the guy think your wheels are worth? How much demand is there for them? I kind of thought their directional design made them a hassle when trying to rotate the tires to even up the wear but some people really liked them. Last November I gave away four snow tires that had gone through one winter and that were mounted on 1990 LS wheels that were in decent shape. Of course I did give them to someone I know where I work. They were new car take-offs I bought in 1990 from the Lexus dealer for $100 each. My guess is that $20 - $25 each would be a fair price for your wheels.
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I think he is refering to the actual rim, not just the tire. If that is the
case, I would assume about $50 or so per rim should be a decent
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okay, thanks for the input
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My accountant has a 93 Ls 400. he wants a set of factory chrome wheels. Is 93 to 99 wheel the same bolt pattern etc? any thoughts on where to get a set and about how much? He also needs drivers leather front seat cover. Car is white with saddle. thanks for any advise.
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As far as I know the bolt pattern is the same - at least on Lexus using 15 & 16 inch wheels - I'm not absolutely sure about the larger wheel sizes. I even found that the wheels on our V6 Camry fit our LS and vice versa - they are, after all, both Toyotas. I bought my current LS in November and it has chrome wheels. Actually it came with chrome wheels that had to be replaced under warranty because the lessee used them during the winter (plenty of salt used around here). I tend to wish that I had sold the replacement chrome wheels when they arrived. Personally I think they look a little out of place on my LS since it has the black pearl logos but it is all a matter of personal taste. There are plenty of places online to buy chrome Lexus wheels. Just do a search. I've seen "new" chrome 16" 2000 LS Platinum Series wheels (same as 2001 LS430 wheels) like mine for around $125/each exchange.
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Thank you for the follow up. Funny sometimes he is really into the car stuff other times not at all . Hes a golf head. ha
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