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FS or Trade: 19" Silver Slipstreams

SoyMikeJones

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Oct 14, 2019
21
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Los Angeles
Checking the market for 19" silver slipstreams that are on a 2019 Performance MS being delivered on Thursday 11/21 to me at the Burbank, CA service center. Vehicle was a test drive vehicle in Costa Mesa, 1650 miles.

Ideally, I'd like to swap for gray 21" Twin Turbines or Arachnids, but open to other 21" options.

Since I don't have the car on hand, any deal that is made will obviously be pending tire and wheel inspection, but wanted to put feelers out there in case anyone was in the market for stock wheels and tires and are tired of a 21" ride.

Thanks!
Mike
 

SoyMikeJones

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Oct 14, 2019
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Los Angeles
Car received, Arachnids purchased, no longer looking to trade. MS was a test drive vehicle, had 1,650 miles when I picked it up on Thursday 11/21.

Rims are in perfect condition, no curb rash, rock chips, etc.

$1,100, pick up in LA or happy to meet somewhere in SoCal.
 

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Tdub621

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I have a set of 19" silver slipstreams as well taken off of a 2017 MS with less than 1000 miles in perfect condition. For anyone interested...located in Orange County, Ca. Price is $1,100.
 
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KydFobi

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I have a set of 19" silver slipstreams as well taken off of a 2017 MS with less than 1000 miles in perfect condition. For anyone interested...located in Orange County, Ca. Price is $1,100.
Are you interested in a swap? I have 21” inch silver turbine.
 

SoyMikeJones

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Oct 14, 2019
21
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Los Angeles
For anyone still following this thread, my wheels have been sold, but wanted to share the shipping process as it can be cumbersome, but not as bad as I thought it would be, to be honest.

Shipping from 90015 to 95945, 2-day ground was $142.72, using my FedEx account. Supplies were maybe about $30 or so bucks, but are all things that I can use for other projects, so didn't really count as a cost for me, so was not passed onto the buyer.

Weight for each set (2) wheels: 110 pounds

Purchased:
2 Large Home Depot moving boxes
Roll of plastic wrap
Roll of styrofoam sheets
Packing tape

Started by laying the sheets over the wheel face, cardboard (cutout to the size of the tire + wheel), then wrapped each tire individually. I wrapped all four individually at home (together would have been far too heavy to carry and likely wouldn't have fit) and loaded them up into the back of my MS. Once at FedEx, with the wheel faces facing each other, wrapped two tires together, as I read that it was cheaper to send two separate shipments rather than four - saving the buyer cost as well.

**One thing - I used the leftover boxes that I used to cut the circles out of, to firm up the outward facing side of the rim. I was worried that when picking up with a dolly, it would puncture through the plastic, so used the leftover to cover as much of the hole as possible, taped and then wrapped tires together.**

I was worried that they weren't going to accept something that wasn't in a box, but there was no issue whatsoever.

Wanted to share for those who are reluctant to ship wheels + tires due to the uncertainty on how to properly do it. Pictures below, PM me for any questions you have:
 

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Jaykerwin

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Sep 29, 2019
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Los Angeles ca
Are you interested in a swap? I have 21” inch silver turbine.
I also am looking to sell my 19 inch ms rims with 95% new Michelin tires and center caps. Sorry to tag onto your thread Haha. I live is Socal near Bev center. Looking to get same, like 1200. Not one single scuff on the rims!! Tires still have little Knobbies on them
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_TK_

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Jun 13, 2018
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Tucson, AZ
For anyone still following this thread, my wheels have been sold, but wanted to share the shipping process as it can be cumbersome, but not as bad as I thought it would be, to be honest.

Shipping from 90015 to 95945, 2-day ground was $142.72, using my FedEx account. Supplies were maybe about $30 or so bucks, but are all things that I can use for other projects, so didn't really count as a cost for me, so was not passed onto the buyer.

Weight for each set (2) wheels: 110 pounds

Purchased:
2 Large Home Depot moving boxes
Roll of plastic wrap
Roll of styrofoam sheets
Packing tape

Started by laying the sheets over the wheel face, cardboard (cutout to the size of the tire + wheel), then wrapped each tire individually. I wrapped all four individually at home (together would have been far too heavy to carry and likely wouldn't have fit) and loaded them up into the back of my MS. Once at FedEx, with the wheel faces facing each other, wrapped two tires together, as I read that it was cheaper to send two separate shipments rather than four - saving the buyer cost as well.

**One thing - I used the leftover boxes that I used to cut the circles out of, to firm up the outward facing side of the rim. I was worried that when picking up with a dolly, it would puncture through the plastic, so used the leftover to cover as much of the hole as possible, taped and then wrapped tires together.**

I was worried that they weren't going to accept something that wasn't in a box, but there was no issue whatsoever.

Wanted to share for those who are reluctant to ship wheels + tires due to the uncertainty on how to properly do it. Pictures below, PM me for any questions you have:

Well Done!
Having been burned in the past by a seller who did minimal packaging and having items damaged during shipping,
it's nice to see someone take the time to do it right.:D
 
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Jaykerwin

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Los Angeles ca

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