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Lightbulb Ford Transit Take-off wheels - Black Rims & Aluminum Wheels

This is a deal I have been working on for a while and finally made it happen!

These are take-off wheels from Ford Transit conversion vans with the Black Transit rims. They had the Silver Full Wheels Covers on them as they were originally from Passenger vans. So I can sell you the bare Black rims or with Silver Wheel Covers.

The Black rims will be $60 each plus shipping with the wheels covers at $30 each.
The factory Aluminum wheels will be $85 each. Both wheels come with the factory lugs nuts used on that specific wheel.

I can sell these individually or whatever quantity you need. Shipping will done through UPS based on quoted shipping price.
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Pretty attractive. I upgraded to OEM cast wheels earlier this year.

Prospective buyers may wish to know: Those OEM aluminum wheels are probably the "easy clean" style, since they're coming off of newer Transits?

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Yes, they are the Easy Clean style like you would order on the Transit. If you have these wheels and have tried to clean off the brake dust, that is NOT so easy to do! They are off 2018-19 Transits, mostly passenger vans.
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I've been pretty happy cleaning the "easy clean" wheels. Would not like to clean the non easy clean, though.

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How much for two, oem aluminum shipped to 92672


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Hey CrewVanMan! Do you know if the aluminum wheels are rated for the T350 SRW?
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I think they were restricted from ordering from the factory on certain models. If you have a 2018 or 2019, I can still do a simulated build using your VIN and see if the Ford system would let me build it with the aluminum wheels.

Send your 17 digit VIN to [email protected] and I can pull up the window sticker and do a build on the system to see if the specs on your van could order the wheels.

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The first group of factory Transit Aluminum wheels are sold out. I bought a skid of 20 wheels on the Aluminum as well as the Black rims and a few sets of the Silver wheel covers. Figured the Black rims would work well for Transit owners wanting to use them for winter tires and just keep them on separate rims.

I am working to get some more of the Aluminum wheels as soon as they are released. Still in good shape on the Black rims and can sell them with or without the Silver wheel covers. Dropping the price on the Black rims to $55 and Silver wheel covers to $25 plus shipping. You can get them separately or together as a set.

I have inquired on getting some of the 2020 wheels especially for the AWD Transit and those may be available in late January or February based on when they get their first models. Hope to see what aftermarket wheels are available in November at the SEMA Show and be able to have pictures and information in case you want to go with something other than the stock wheels.
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