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Old 04-03-2009, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What would you pay for 20's?

UPDATE!!! 10-2-09

I will not be recentering these wheels, nor will I be cutting out the centers or making new centers for them. HOWEVER. I'm selling them for $85

Thanks a Kick Ass deal. I don't have but 30 or so left so get in while they last. I need the room.

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I just scored a shit pot of 20" wheels that I'm going to be making double beadlocks out of. What would you give for a 20" Double beadlock wheel? They are 11" wide. The shells that I'm starting with are new. They are a split rim just like a 12 bolt H1. I will be able to cut whatever centers people would want. Rockwell......8x6.5 etc. New centers will be 1/2" thick.

Before I jump in with a ton of stock in centers etc. I wanted to see what others thougth a price should be or what you would pay (without being a douch about it). They will be powder coated with PVC inserts.

If your looking to be the jackass to post up, free........ or any other dumbass joke keep it to yourself. Thanks for those wanting to help!!

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After posting up and with the amount of stuff I have to work on now I don't need to add 20's to the list of things I recenter. I'm going to sell these wheels off in stock form for 100 ea.


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Plate or pressed style centers? To me there would be a definite price difference that I would be willing to pay for pressed style with that big of a center. I am probably an ass but I would want to pay 3-400 or less depending on design. I know my 16.5s I have 200/each in.
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Would the new centers be welded pre-shipping or would that portion be "do it yourself".

I'm hoping you would have them welded considering the powder coating.
Either way i'm going to watch this thread along with the other 20" rims for sale thread, i'm definately in the market.
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I just scored a shit pot of 20" wheels that I'm going to be making double beadlocks out of. What would you give for a 20" Double beadlock wheel? They are 11" wide. The shells that I'm starting with are new. They are a split rim just like a 12 bolt H1. I will be able to cut whatever centers people would want. Rockwell......8x6.5 etc. New centers will be 1/2" thick.

Before I jump in with a ton of stock in centers etc. I wanted to see what others thougth a price should be or what you would pay (without being a douch about it). They will be powder coated with PVC inserts.

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Plate or pressed style centers? To me there would be a definite price difference that I would be willing to pay for pressed style with that big of a center. I am probably an ass but I would want to pay 3-400 or less depending on design. I know my 16.5s I have 200/each in.
If I can score a source for pressed centers. I'll sell them that way. But I have to be honnest. I've sold 1000's of H1's and everyone HAD to have pressed centers. I don't charge one dollar more for them recentered with pressed or flat centers and I sell more flat centers than I do pressed.

You say you have 200 in your 16.5's. Do they have rock rings? Are they 8 or 12 bolt wheels? I am the H1 Whore. I whore myself out because I set out to be the best price. I wanted someone to be able to buy a recentered wheel from me that will ship out with rock rings, new centers, new o rings, new valve cores, blasted and powdercoated cheaper than someone could run out and buy a set of stock wheels and all the parts and do them theirself for.

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Would the new centers be welded pre-shipping or would that portion be "do it yourself".

I'm hoping you would have them welded considering the powder coating.
Either way i'm going to watch this thread along with the other 20" rims for sale thread, i'm definately in the market.
They will be 1/2" flat centers that we will ship out welded in.
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Well Stazworks are 440 plus, I think if you could get them down to 250-300 range a pop that would be competitive, I'd be in for a set since I cant afford Stazworks $$$ right now
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What kind of backspacings can be done on these?
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Very Interested?? $200-$250 ???
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I need 9-10 wheels for my deuce and a half and trailer. Interested to hear how this all sorts out.
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it would greatly depend on what type of wheel you are using, teh weight and the quality. we've made some out of semi wheels, and they worked great, but are heavy as shit. are you making them out of 1/2'' plate? so when bolted together, the center will be 1''? am i understanding that right? that's some heavy shit! or are you making them out of 1/4, so when you bolt them together they are 1/2''?

i would think $300 would be a good point, depending on the style of the center, and quality and type of the outer wheel.
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I would say $250-300 depending on style and if they have rock rings installed or as and option. In that price range I bet you would own the market.
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I paid more for my double beadlocks from Marsh, more than what Staz is charging, because I prefer that design, (for the relatively small price difference). If I would have had an option like what your describing in the $250-350 range, I probably would have gone that route.
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I have a 4 used 39.5 IROKs

and 1 brand new one for 20's

somebody buy them ....cheap.

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I'm not a fan of dubs so I wouldn't pay for them.
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Id say 200-250 each..

Keep em cheaper and under a stack. That will make more guys go towards them.
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I need 9-10 wheels for my deuce and a half and trailer. Interested to hear how this all sorts out.
Go to my site and give me a call. I need to get some of these things gone. I have them eating up a ton of room in our plant. Maybe we can work out a deal where you can buy them in the stock form and do your own thing with them. The way they are now is for the 5 ton 10 lug patern.

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it would greatly depend on what type of wheel you are using, teh weight and the quality. we've made some out of semi wheels, and they worked great, but are heavy as shit. are you making them out of 1/2'' plate? so when bolted together, the center will be 1''? am i understanding that right? that's some heavy shit! or are you making them out of 1/4, so when you bolt them together they are 1/2''? They are Hemmt wheels. VERY nice stuff. The way they are designed now there is 2 halfs the plates are 5/8 on both halfs. I'm going to cut that out and go with 1/2 or 3/4 flat centers. REcenter them to where I can set the BS and change the center to whatever hub someone is running. They are heavy. But if I'm going to have weight on my rig I'll take it low



i would think $300 would be a good point, depending on the style of the center, and quality and type of the outer wheel.
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I paid more for my double beadlocks from Marsh, more than what Staz is charging, because I prefer that design, (for the relatively small price difference). If I would have had an option like what your describing in the $250-350 range, I probably would have gone that route.
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Id say 200-250 each..

Keep em cheaper and under a stack. That will make more guys go towards them.

If I don't have to dick with pvc inserts which they don't come with then I can keep my prices down. But if you price what my pvc inserts are made out of. That stuff is crazy expensive.
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I would be very interested in a set if you keep em around $250-$300. I need em for a set of ZF apl 345's. Dont really need powder coat tho.
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Is this $250-$300 price range you are talking about complete with the new 1/2" custom centers, welded in, and the PVCs??? I understand no tires or rock-rings at this point.... but that would be a hell of a deal in my opinion! I would like to second the question that was brought up before in post #7.... What kind of backspacing options would there be on these monsters?? And also do you have an approximate weight of these behemoths?
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Since I just got new 17" beadlocks and tires, I find this thread where I might have made a better deal.

I would have paid $234 each for 5 if you'd had them up when I was buying. That's what I paid for brand new custom made 17" beadlocks I went to the factory and picked up. Not that I want to go to Kansas, but that gives you an idea of a value I can deal with.
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How crazy can you get with the backspacing? Any chance you can do a set of dually wheels?

I will call you tomorrow or Monday. I am interested in 6 (possibly 7 -- spare) wheels. I can run either 6 lug rock pattern or the 10 lug 5 ton pattern.

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My H1s were 12 bolt with pressed centers. rock rings, and new o-rings. Granted I paid way to much for the rims to begin with and then had to do all the work myself. My "cheap" doubles weren't that cheap in the end. For 20's I would just pay to have it done and either painted or powder coated. I would double that they could be made at $250 but $300 would still be a great price. I would want pressed centers again considering that one of mine is bent from jumping and landing on that one wheel.
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My H1s were 12 bolt with pressed centers. rock rings, and new o-rings. Granted I paid way to much for the rims to begin with and then had to do all the work myself. My "cheap" doubles weren't that cheap in the end. For 20's I would just pay to have it done and either painted or powder coated. I would double that they could be made at $250 but $300 would still be a great price. I would want pressed centers again considering that one of mine is bent from jumping and landing on that one wheel.
He said they would most likely be 1/2" plate centers... I don't think you will be able to bend one of those very easily...
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He said they would most likely be 1/2" plate centers... I don't think you will be able to bend one of those very easily...


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