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What do you guys think is a fair price for a set of stock wheels in good shape?

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Just the wheels? Or laced up with hubs and tires?

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The rims are laced up to the stock hubs. They have the rotors. The tires/sprockets are marginal;, and honestly having to demount them almost seems like it should lower the cost.

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I just bought a set from a L with new tires and tubes new rear rotor and sprocket, no front rotor for 150.00 plus shipping. I don't know if this helps but thats what I got a set for .

Steve

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I think you got a damn good deal toomaker I was gonna say for two stock sets laced with rotors, about $300. The stock hubs are relatively cheap though, compared to other OEM parts(exhaust canister, $500-brake pedal, $112etc.).

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I've been pricing parts to build my own wheel and it looks like about $500+ when it's all said and done with rotors. A clean set of "R" wheels are worth at least $500. The "L" wheels are cheap because there isn't much call for them and there is a lot out there. I think the XR600 will fit so that adds to the wheel pool.

I watch ebay all the time and a rear wheel can sell for $350 and a front $200 (thats what I paid with a bent rim) up to $250 or so. Mine was a complete wheel that was a race spare from a Baja 1000 racer. I need to spend a $100 for a new rim when I get a chance. I just installed new Black Excels rims on my stock set.

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I agree $500 for a used set is a good price. I sold a rear for 200 awhile back with no rotor.

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