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    FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    As are some others here, I'm thinking ahead to driving my V in the winter. Accordingly, I've been trying to find out how much new wheels are. I just called the local dealer I plan to use for service and they are telling me that the stock 19's (polished) are orderable. The fronts are $696 each and the rears $705. They are also asking for a core charge, but I am told that can be waived as I don't want to give up my stock wheels.

    So I'm just giving an FYI. I've widened my options to takeoffs, or I may go aftermarket. For not much more than the $2700 the stocks cost I can get some decent summer rims and make my stockers the winter tires. I DO like the stock wheels, though, the first time in the last 8 or 9 cars I've owned that I can honestly say that.

    I am hoping this helps someone.

    Perhaps one of the sponsoring dealers would be willing to do a group buy with enough interest?

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    gmpartsdirect.com has them for less...they charge a bit for shipping and handling, but it will still come out a few hundred cheaper than the dealer.

    I ordered a stock 04 V wheel from them (they also are 700 from the dealer) and got it shipped for ~470 I think.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by anonfrank View Post
    I just called the local dealer I plan to use for service and they are telling me that the stock 19's (polished) are orderable. The fronts are $696 each and the rears $705.
    I agree with the second post in this thread. Always, always, ALWAYS look to GMPartsDirect first. If you can get the part numbers for the wheels, I'll look through their catalog and get you the pricing.

    jas

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Also Gene Culley from GMpartshouse.com
    Stand up guy with great prices.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Thanks for the tip. I'm trying to find the part numbers. Anyone know? None of these sites has 2009 information up yet.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Also don't forget to give Luke @ Lindsay a call for all GM parts !

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Here are the numbers my dealer gave me:

    Front: 9598612
    Rear: 9598613

    These are supposed to be the polished wheels, but I'd double check before ordering.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Let me know when you want to order some I can get you 10% above cost.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by pmsteinm View Post
    Here are the numbers my dealer gave me:

    Front: 9598612
    Rear: 9598613
    $405 and $433, respectively, through GMPartsDirect.

    On a whim, I checked 9598610 and 9598611, just for giggles. I don't know if they're the stock/painted wheels (the partsdirect description is vague), but, $416 and $419 respectively.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Thanks for the replies, guys! The PartsDirect price doesn't include the $100 core charge, which for me wouldn't be refunded as I'm using these as a second set. Even so, the cost is less than MSRP.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by jvp View Post
    $405 and $433, respectively, through GMPartsDirect.
    ...which is, methinks, cheaper (certainly no pricier) than you're going to find a comparable-quality FORGED wheel in the aftermarket.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    I can get them for $389.00 each.

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by Superior Cadillac View Post
    I can get them for $389.00 each.


    Totally not what I was expecting. Thanks again! Well, I guess I know where I'm buying. Phone call coming shortly....

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by Superior Cadillac View Post
    I can get them for $389.00 each.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Scott, when you shippin Mike Colbach his windshield the old one musta beenfaulty

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    Re: FYI: Stock wheels are EXPENSIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by Superior Cadillac View Post
    I can get them for $389.00 each.
    For front and rears or are the rears more expensive? I'll take a full set and 4 of the TPS added in if you have them. Let me know shippingcost to a business at zip code 53080.
    Thanks

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