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Part number/alternate options for PI black wheels?

Discussion in 'Modified 2011- 2019 Explorer Sport Tuning' started by Thomas Reminga, February 4, 2018.

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    1. Thomas Reminga

      Thomas Reminga New Member

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      i have a ‘17 Sport and I’m going to ride out these tires for this winter but next year definitely switching to snows. Thinking about getting a set of PI wheels to mount some dedicated snows. Anyone have the P/N for the PI wheels, or any places that sell knock offs?

      Wanted to start the search now and build up my parts over the course of this year.

      Thanks!
       
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    3. peterk9

      peterk9 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      I bought mine from the dealer.DG1Z-1015-A I'm not aware of any knock-offs for this wheel. I also bought the center cap for them which required buying new lugnuts as well.

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      They show-up at municipal surplus auctions and scrapyards with some frequency, depending on location. I've seen full sets of surplus steelies with reasonably good tires still mounted sell for around $200 at auction. Of course, since I bought a PI a while back and want a second set of rims, they're suddenly scarce.

      There are several on eBay for about $120 each, including shipping.
       
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      peterk9 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      $120 would be a good price for the States where these wheels seem to be about 3X what they are here. I paid $88 each new from the dealer.
       
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      That's $120 or so for used OEM steelies, too. I know they're factoring in some for shipping, but $88 for new is a great price before shipping. Maybe you should get into the export biz.
       
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      A few members in the Detroit area actually came across the border and bought those wheels and took them back home.:)
       

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