2017 Stock Rims\Tires Value?

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2017 Stock Rims\Tires Value?

Post by Fry » Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:13 pm

I have a set of 2017 Black, 1290SDR rims with tires that have less than 50 miles on them, pristine condition not 1 scratch.

Fronts are complete minus the Discs.

TPS's still installed.

What are these parts worth?

If I decided to sell them what is a far asking price?

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Re: 2017 Stock Rims\Tires Value?

Post by 5150 Pops » Tue Aug 22, 2017 6:12 am

IDK if there's any differences (subtle or otherwise) with the 2nd gen vs 1st gen wheels other than there's a tpms onboard.
That said, I priced a spare set of brand new OEM rims a couple of months ago, BUT -

Fairly certain, you have to buy valve stems, sprocket, abs reluctor rings for f/r, and rotors.
90 degree stems are about $40 for a set, $65-$80/sprocket, ABS rings for Aprilia RSV4 are ~$30 each, but almost $100 for BMW S1000RR - each, (no idea what KTM wants for theirs) Front rotors ~ $550 and Rear rotor ~ $125.

If I'm correct, the best price I could find for a brand new set was around $800 and they were Orange.
Hope this helps get you started.

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Re: 2017 Stock Rims\Tires Value?

Post by Fry » Tue Aug 22, 2017 1:34 pm

5150 Pops wrote:IDK if there's any differences (subtle or otherwise) with the 2nd gen vs 1st gen wheels other than there's a tpms onboard.
That said, I priced a spare set of brand new OEM rims a couple of months ago, BUT -

Fairly certain, you have to buy valve stems, sprocket, abs reluctor rings for f/r, and rotors.
90 degree stems are about $40 for a set, $65-$80/sprocket, ABS rings for Aprilia RSV4 are ~$30 each, but almost $100 for BMW S1000RR - each, (no idea what KTM wants for theirs) Front rotors ~ $550 and Rear rotor ~ $125.

If I'm correct, the best price I could find for a brand new set was around $800 and they were Orange.
Hope this helps get you started.
Thank You.

Not sure I want to sell my "Spares" but....Thanks

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