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OEM wheel weight?

I was wondering if anyone had weighed either or both the 18" and 20" wheel - with or without tires. I can always back out the tire weight as the 'rack usually lists them. Thanks!
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

It's been a few months. Anyone have any weights yet?
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

I weighed the 18s with Latitudes at 35 psi at 68 lbs.
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I weighed the 18s with Latitudes at 35 psi at 68 lbs.
Well the stock Latitudes are 36lbs each according to Tirerack, so that puts a wheel at 33lbs. Ouch.
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

Getting closer. Any one able to weigh a stock 20?
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

Stock 20's weight 70lbs
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Stock 20's weight 70lbs
I assume this is with tires? Which tires were mounted when you measured? Stock size?
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

How about 17s?
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Re: OEM wheel weight?

Yep stock setup. 20's with goodyears taken right off and dropped off at ups. The shipping weight was 70. Something with a little cardboard and plastic wrap
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