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post #1 of 7 Old 08-17-2017, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for some 17" 2nd Gen Compass Rims/Wheels. If you have any or know of any let me know please.
Must be 17" looking for 4 set of wheels. I don't need tires.
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I'm going to be ordering some new wheels in a couple weeks and will be getting rid of the old wheels(keeping tires). Unfortunately I'm in eastern NY so not sure what shipping would run but probably not cheap. I will be in the toledo and mid-michigan area in Oct and mid Nov, but thats about as close as I'll get to wisconsin.

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Are they 17" Rims? If you have time to figure out what shipping would be and can come up with a total price with shipping. I maybe interested.
My best s guess would be about $100.00 to ship. Thanks

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Still looking? I have a set of 17" that I'll be replacing in the new year.


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I am no longer looking for rims but I know a few other members here are looking.
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Seeing where you live, what tires are you running for winter? Located where you are, i bet by now you guys already have some inches of snow on the ground along with ice.
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I installed stock size 215-65/17 Winterforce2 on my stock rims. I have been very happy with them. They don't have a lot of road noise and they have performed very well on hard packed snow and Ice as well as slush. We have not had any large accumulation of snow yet. So will see how they do in the deep stuff. I had Blizzaks on my last vehicle and I really did not like them. So I thought I would give these a try and the cost was reasonable /w$60 rebate. They did work well going a few hundred yard in some fairly deep mud.

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