Sold: Indiana 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Take Off OEM Rims & Tires - $550

darrylfrakes

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This is a set of 5 like new 2018 OEM Rims and Bridgestone tires. Only 250 miles driven for 2 weeks until custom rims and tires came in. No TPMS, SPARE is brand new.

In the Indianapolis area. Please feel free to email with any questions. Thank you.

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Jank4AU

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Just a word of suggestion, but you're extremely high on this price. For this price or just a couple hundred more most people can get the Rubicon takeoff wheels with included BFG's. Not telling you what to do, but wanted to temper your expectations. Look around the forum and see what others are asking for. Good luck, it would certainly be a bonus if you got it! Post them on FB Marketplace & Craigslist too. ;) You may also want to specify if these include the TPMS.
 

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I agree the price seems a bit high now without TPMS. When I sold mine, I included the TPMS and they only sold for $400. I think the going rate back then was $300-$500. Now that I remember, I think mine sold on Facebook Marketplace as there wasn't much movement of sport wheels on here. Just my tips. Extra note, I only paid $800 for my rubicon wheels and tires with TPMS on here and those are the "upgraded" rubicon wheels.
 

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By the way what does TPMS run per tire these days?
They are extremely expensive if you go the OEM MOPAR part route, almost $65 each.
https://parts.mopargenuineparts.com...sZXImeT0yMDE4JnQ9c3BvcnQtcyZlPTMtNmwtdjYtZ2Fz

I don't have any, made the mistake of not taking them out of my tires because the ones I bought already included them. The problem was they were the old version for the first JK's. I think halfway through the JK lifecycle they switched to 433Mhz like the JL has. I'll probably go aftermarket where they're more like $15-$20 each.
 
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