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Old 16 Dec 2015, 11:13 pm
Tony Hwang
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Default Reconditioned factory wheels

Hi,
Any one tried this reconditioned wheels being sold on eBay or
others such as Midwest wheels and tires, Hub Haven. I need a set
of extra wheels to mount wither tires for 2016 MDX.
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Old 22 Dec 2015, 10:17 pm
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replying to Tony Hwang, stevegone wrote:
I bought 4 wheels for my 2003 RL about a year ago for about $115 each with
shipping from Perfection Wheel and they are real nice. I think they were
listed on Ebay at $130 or make an offer. They claimed to be insurance
replacement quality and so far so good. I also bought four for my wife's 2006
Accord that appeared to be high quality as well. Time will tell if they hold
up but they both have made the vehicles look %100 sharper. In my opinion well
worth the investment. One of the companies offers $25 for each of your old
wheels and pays for the postage for you to put your old wheels in the boxes
that the new wheels arrived in and Fed Ex picks them up from your door step. I
just remembered that one of the Honda wheels leaked around the bead and they
were super nice about shipping me another one the day they recieved the one
that I sent back to them on their postage. I wouldn't hesitate to do business
with them again. Good luck.

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Old 24 Dec 2015, 08:17 pm
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stevegone wrote:
> replying to Tony Hwang, stevegone wrote:
> I bought 4 wheels for my 2003 RL about a year ago for about $115 each with
> shipping from Perfection Wheel and they are real nice. I think they were
> listed on Ebay at $130 or make an offer. They claimed to be insurance
> replacement quality and so far so good. I also bought four for my wife's
> 2006
> Accord that appeared to be high quality as well. Time will tell if they
> hold
> up but they both have made the vehicles look %100 sharper. In my opinion
> well
> worth the investment. One of the companies offers $25 for each of your old
> wheels and pays for the postage for you to put your old wheels in the boxes
> that the new wheels arrived in and Fed Ex picks them up from your door
> step. I
> just remembered that one of the Honda wheels leaked around the bead and
> they
> were super nice about shipping me another one the day they recieved the one
> that I sent back to them on their postage. I wouldn't hesitate to do
> business
> with them again. Good luck.
>

Thanks for the info, I just need a set of decent wheels to mount winter
tires. 18 or 19" ones for 2016 MDX I ordered> It supposes to arrive and
prep'd before the new year. 2008 MDX >> 2014 RDX >> back to MDX.
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Old 15 Jan 2016, 10:44 pm
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Tony Hwang wrote:
> stevegone wrote:
>> replying to Tony Hwang, stevegone wrote:
>> I bought 4 wheels for my 2003 RL about a year ago for about $115 each
>> with
>> shipping from Perfection Wheel and they are real nice. I think they were
>> listed on Ebay at $130 or make an offer. They claimed to be insurance
>> replacement quality and so far so good. I also bought four for my wife's
>> 2006
>> Accord that appeared to be high quality as well. Time will tell if they
>> hold
>> up but they both have made the vehicles look %100 sharper. In my opinion
>> well
>> worth the investment. One of the companies offers $25 for each of your
>> old
>> wheels and pays for the postage for you to put your old wheels in the
>> boxes
>> that the new wheels arrived in and Fed Ex picks them up from your door
>> step. I
>> just remembered that one of the Honda wheels leaked around the bead and
>> they
>> were super nice about shipping me another one the day they recieved
>> the one
>> that I sent back to them on their postage. I wouldn't hesitate to do
>> business
>> with them again. Good luck.
>>

> Thanks for the info, I just need a set of decent wheels to mount winter
> tires. 18 or 19" ones for 2016 MDX I ordered> It supposes to arrive and
> prep'd before the new year. 2008 MDX >> 2014 RDX >> back to MDX.


I lucked out on a OEM set of 4 wheels with TPMS, center caps plus one
more spare TPMS which was taken off a new MDX upgrading TO 20"
wheels. Put on a Toyo Observe GSi5 tires, installed them with no problem
at all.
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Old 16 Jan 2016, 07:11 pm
Bob
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Default Re: Reconditioned factory wheels

In article <DUjmy.154548$qC2.125827@fx05.iad>, dragon40@shaw.ca says...
>
> Tony Hwang wrote:
> > stevegone wrote:
> >> replying to Tony Hwang, stevegone wrote:
> >> I bought 4 wheels for my 2003 RL about a year ago for about $115 each
> >> with
> >> shipping from Perfection Wheel and they are real nice. I think they were
> >> listed on Ebay at $130 or make an offer. They claimed to be insurance
> >> replacement quality and so far so good. I also bought four for my wife's
> >> 2006
> >> Accord that appeared to be high quality as well. Time will tell if they
> >> hold
> >> up but they both have made the vehicles look %100 sharper. In my opinion
> >> well
> >> worth the investment. One of the companies offers $25 for each of your
> >> old
> >> wheels and pays for the postage for you to put your old wheels in the
> >> boxes
> >> that the new wheels arrived in and Fed Ex picks them up from your door
> >> step. I
> >> just remembered that one of the Honda wheels leaked around the bead and
> >> they
> >> were super nice about shipping me another one the day they recieved
> >> the one
> >> that I sent back to them on their postage. I wouldn't hesitate to do
> >> business
> >> with them again. Good luck.
> >>

> > Thanks for the info, I just need a set of decent wheels to mount winter
> > tires. 18 or 19" ones for 2016 MDX I ordered> It supposes to arrive and
> > prep'd before the new year. 2008 MDX >> 2014 RDX >> back to MDX.

>
> I lucked out on a OEM set of 4 wheels with TPMS, center caps plus one
> more spare TPMS which was taken off a new MDX upgrading TO 20"
> wheels. Put on a Toyo Observe GSi5 tires, installed them with no problem
> at all.


That worked out well!

Bob

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