I'm talking 20"s, not 16s or 17s. The tires alone at tire rack are over $900. The upgrade MSRP from 18s to 20s was $800 if I recall. Don't know the base price of the 18s. So I figure if I went to the dealer to purchase a set of 20s with oem tires, mounting and balancing, it'd be well over $2500. I realize this is msrp so I'm wondering what a set with 300 miles should really sell for at a fair price. $1400 - $1500??
Are these for the 2011? If so you probably won't be able to sell them very easily. They only fit on the 2011's, no other truck. So there's really not much of a market for them. I agree that if you get $500 for them, I'd take it and run because it might be 6 months before you got another offer for them.
Honestly I'd take the tires off and sell them separatley from the wheels. You'll probably be able to sell them long before you do the wheels.
I have 20's on mine, I tried to sell the stock 18's with only 900 miles on them and only got low offers. People didn't want the wheels, just the tires. I desided to keep them and use them in the winter.
If you look on eBay there selling for over 800 just for the rims. With tires there around 1,400. There worth that all day. I wouldn't take much less, I paid 450 for a set of 18's Off a 2011 Denali with no tires and I felt that was a steal.