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I just hit the "Buy it Now" button for 4 18" TRD aluminum wheels, 4 center caps, and 20 lug nuts that are take offs from a 2013 Tundra.

$650 and free shipping.

Yippee........:D
 

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I paid $450 shipped for mine but they didn't include lug nuts. Thought no big deal until the dealer charged me $8 a piece.
 

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I got:

4 brand new TRD wheels, in Toyota boxes.

4 brand new center caps

20 brand new lug nuts

Free shipping.

Very happy for what I paid.

Dealer wanted close to $400 EACH.
 

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I got:

4 brand new TRD wheels, in Toyota boxes.

4 brand new center caps

20 brand new lug nuts

Free shipping.

Very happy for what I paid.

Dealer wanted close to $400 EACH.
For brand new I would think $650 OTD is a good deal. Used are going for $300-$500, don't usually include lugs, and have a big-ass shipping bill.
 

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The center caps are about $55 each new, and the lug nuts are at least $50 per set.

I priced these wheels at the Toyota dealer, and a complete TRD wheel (wheel, center cap, and 5 lugs) was close to $400 EACH.

They are getting mounted next Tuesday.
 

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I paid $375 for a set used, including shipping but with no lugs

650 brand new is not bad, but you can often find the limited 20's for that price used (and the 'ugly' 20s from the old TX editions for half that)
 
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I have seen take off's with tires priced cheaper and higher.

I still say if the OP is Happy,everyone quit ragging on him. Can't we all just get along?
 
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