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Im just curious to hear what people are actually paying for SM wheels. Im thinking about selling mine or trading + a little cash for offroad wheels. The few buy it now wheels on ebay seem way higher than people will pay but idk. Do people really pay $1000+ for stock SM wheels?

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ive never seen anyone sell or no of anyone who has payd for used rim/tyre for more then $800, to me that seems to be the norm.

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OOO, a year or 2 ago, SM takeoffs with tires and tubes were going for $1000 - $1200, new set $1400 bare.

Dirt set shod, started at $650 up to whatever anyone would pay.

This economy has turned everything upside down. I would like to find a cheap stock dirt set no tires and wheels this summer for some Trials tires.

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I just last week payed $800 + Postage to Australia, US$1000 including the postage, if you put your wheels on ebay, offer to send them overseas, you may sell them easier

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I have a set of stock e wheels with dirt tires on em, but looking to make it SM, im looking to find like 90/10 tires that fit my wheels or do the same and trade someone looking to dirt an sm lol,

BUT im not fully educated and is that all i would have to do, or do i need sm swingarm, ect ect??

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