That kind of depends. Are we talking wheels only or wheels and tires? you can find them on craigslist new or with very low miles, with tires, for $1000-1200.
Without tires, there's a guy near houston who's been trying to sell his with 29000 miles for $600 (for 4) for almost 2 months now, but I personally think that's too much. Evidently most others agree with me.
$500-600 (for 5) new or less than 1000 miles would be a good price.
Silver 2010 JKU Rubicon - 2014 rubi wheels/shocks/springs, TF leveling kit, cobra cb, 4' firestik, engo 9k synthetic winch, KC windshield lights, 7" LED light bar in rear, rugged ridge stubby front bumper, & Rugged Ridge switch panel. Next mod - water bumper.
I've had mine (2013) listed locally for $250 for several weeks. I won't ship them though. I also had the shocks and springs (with zero miles on them) listed for $100 for a looooooong time...finally gave up trying to sell them.
I don't understand why people are afraid to ship. I just recently shipped a unlimited premium soft top and it was no big deal. Buyer sent a fedex shipping label and I packaged everything up and took it to FedEx. Rims would be easy to box up. I have shipped several springs and shocks and can be sent pretty cheap. just compress the shocks and zip tie them and coils can be zip tied together and put in a pretty small box. Shipping a Shotgun this morning to Texas.
Being afraid to ship has nothing to do with it. I've shipped plenty of high-dollar, large and heavy items that I've sold on eBay. For me, it's not worth spending the time and effort to securely package 5 wheels and/or heavy springs, shocks., etc., that only sell for a small amount.