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    Beautifully restored original TRX wheels for a fox body. I have 6 wheels but one has ovaled out lug holes. Iím not sure why, but it was refinished like that. The other five are mint. Asking $1000??? No clue on what they sell for. They are better than new looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kckeener View Post
    Beautifully restored original TRX wheels for a fox body. I have 6 wheels but one has ovaled out lug holes. Iím not sure why, but it was refinished like that. The other five are mint. Asking $1000??? No clue on what they sell for. They are better than new looking.
    A few years ago, this may have sounded like a good deal. Today, if you need new tires for the rims? 500 dollars a-piece!! So your wheels are 1000, then the tires are 2000, for a grand total of $3000! Right now, the aftermarket is building a 16-inch TRX repro wheel, and most late model tires fit them. For just over 1000 a buyer can get wheels and tires, a complete set of four stock-looking TRX wheels. There you go!

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    Wow! Thanks a lot for the painful truth. I guess I’ll scrap them. Maybe someone will make an offer on them. I guess if they make tires someone is running them.

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    For someone that is doing a fully restored car, the original TRX will still have value. So I don't know that I would scrap them just yet. Not sure what the actual value might be, but if they are mint conditions, I would think they are worth more to someone with a restored Fox or restoring one then what you will get scrap value wise. Might need to advertise them on other platforms such as Hemmings, Ebay, etc. to find the right buyer. Worth a try if you don't need to get rid of the immediately. Good Luck!
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    Yes, someone out there is looking for a pristine set for their car. Eventually you will meet this person if you are not in a rush to sell. Good luck!

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