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    Default Place to source OEM wheels?

    My Uncle is looking to replace two bent wheels on his 2016 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid (19")

    Found some places to repair them and told him to look into that but he's thinking faster to replace. Found originalwheels.com, anyone know of them, or a better place that carries OEM take-offs or reliably sourced used wheels?

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    ebay has a bunch

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    Yeah but no guarantees on condition, prefer local to see before purchase or a reputable store + be able to easily return if proven defective.
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    I had pretty good luck with eBay when I broke a wheel in my Chrysler 200.

    Take a look at Rock Auto also. They may have refurb or new replacement wheels listed.
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    Currently most modern fords are requesting cores in return when you get a wheel from ford so they can not be rebuilt and flood the market. Just had a 2017 fusion in that bent 2 (19") and we looked high and low and talked to rebuilders, and got the same answer all around. Ended up having to get 2 new from ford ($830ish each) and they had $200 core charge each on top of that.. You can contact chicago wheel and ask them about rebuilding but they said most of them get bent off center of the hub and are basically junk.

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    I have used http://oewheelsllc.com

    I have a set of C7 wheels that fit my c5 FRC perfectly. I don’t care if they’re knockoffs. They’re cheap and get the job done.


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