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Going price on wheel weights?

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mark64
I just bought 3 sets of Simplicity wheel weights from a guy who parted out a B10. They seem to weigh about 25# each. I had to give him $140 for the 6 weights. Is that about the going price, or did I pay too much? Mark

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BrownA
I thought the rule of thumb was tractor weights averaged a $1.00 a pound. Of course there are other factors such as originality, availability, shipping and what you are willing to pay. My experience is they are not the easiest thing to come by so I grab them when the price is reasonable. I have even bought individual weights before just because, you do it twice and you have a set. Any chance I get to get a set of original style weights for the right price I grab them. I think what you paid was right in the area that you should be. Sounds like you did ok with the deal.

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All that aside...... Any deal you feel comfortable with is a good deal for you. The only reason any buyer wins an item over someone else, is because it was worth more to him. JMHO

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