Re: Need 2014 Overland 20" OEM wheel
Yeah, you'll definitely want to check craigslist and/or ebay. I sold my set of 4 with tires and sensors for $1200. When you break it down, that's $300 each, and that was WITH the tires (only 20K miles on them) and with TPMS. I realize breaking up a set will cost a bit more per rim, but don't pay stealership prices for one. You shouldn't have too much trouble finding a signel rim for $300 or less.
FWIW, Stevewhite motors (the cheapest dealership I've found) has them for $388 each. If you're buying used, they should be a good bit cheaper than that.
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