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Anyone else from South Dakota?

b.w.royder

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Any South Dakota folks in here looking to get rid of black wheels?
 

UnloosedChewtoy

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If you had asked this question a few months ago, I would have sold you my black 22s and saved on freight! But a guy over in the Chicago area bought them, and I got to learn all about shipping wheels.
 

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If you had asked this question a few months ago, I would have sold you my black 22s and saved on freight! But a guy over in the Chicago area bought them, and I got to learn all about shipping wheels.
Well that’s a bummer. Yeah I’m sure shipping wheels is not cost effective.
 

UnloosedChewtoy

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Well that’s a bummer. Yeah I’m sure shipping wheels is not cost effective.
Via UPS, as of late last year, its about $80-$100 per wheel depending on insurance/location in the lower 48. When the wheels are valuable enough, its worth it, but still a pain.
 

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