I'm seeing $600 to $800 average around Western Pa, but there is always that lucky person who gets $1000 or $1200 that you hear about. Personally, I would not pay more than the $600 - $800 because they are so plentiful on Craigslist. If you don't see them today, wait a few days or a week and you'll see them. Easy to find since a great number of Rubicon/Willys Edition JK owners buy the vehicle and very quickly move to aftermarket wider wheels and bigger tires. The supply of these is never ending for sale.
I have been watching Craigslist for a nice set of takeoffs, either the Sport Wheels and Tires, or the Sahara Wheels and Tires. I want them for highway use and save my off-road tires and wheels for other times. New take-offs sell for around $300 which is a good value considering what you get. The Sahara wheels and tires are defiantly at the bottom of the list, I don't know if it's the ugly wheels, or the 18" size that people don't want. I would like to ask one thing, are all the factory tires the same height, or do they vary enough to cause the speedo to read incorrectly.
I've got a set off a 10A, but some have scratches from rocks. I wasn't figuring I'd get more than $300 from them at best. Even with the TPMS sensors. I might just keep them as backups for that, but they take up a lot of room in the garage.
To be fair, if we are talking about the new style Recon alloys, they do command more than the standard late model Rubicon wheels...whether they actually sell for the price vendors are asking is another matter.
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