For Sale Prius V 16" OEM Wheels & WS80 Blizzak Snow Winter Tires - Chicago Area

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  1. Scottympg

    Scottympg Junior Member

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    Selling my 20130Toyota Prius V Snow tires and wheels. These are OEM prius v wheels with OEM covers and Blizzak snow tires. Pressure sensors not installed. Used for 1 full winter and up until now this year. Excellent shape with zero issues and will last you many, many more winters. Purchased a new car so these are no longer used. Comes with OEM Lug nuts as well. Tread is 85%+ left. $600 or best offer. These are for the Prius V wagon, not the regular Prius car. Pictures shortly.

    $600 or best offer. Not interested in shipping.

    OEM wheels: 16" x 6.5" 5x114.3mm 39mm Offset

    Blizzak Tires: WS80 205/60/16

    I am in the Chicago Area
     
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    Damn, no chance they would fit a 2015 level 3?
     
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    I honestly am not sure what the specs are of your car.....
     
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    They won't work.
     
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    Sounds like a great deal, which I might go for but for the fact that my OEM 16" alloys are already shod with summer shoes I'm pretty happy with, and at the moment the car (2009 Gen II touring) is wearing 15" steel rims shod with Blizzaks (great tyres, mine are on their third winter, and so far they've been brilliant! …they've done ~10k miles) :)
     
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    @WilDavis these are for a Prius v if I'm not mistaken: dang Toyota and their confusing names.
     
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    …I'd noticed that, but thanks for pointing it out. My question is "…is the difference that big?" Would it really make that much of a difference? I would have expected the BCP to be the same, but perhaps there's a difference in the offset? Someone please enlighten this ignoramus! o_O
     
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    I'm in the dark, but have a recollection:

    If you're looking for steel rims (say for snow tires) for a regular Prius, there's the Corolla steel rim.

    If you're looking for steel rims for a Prius v, you need a Camry steel rim. There is something inherently different, they're a bit bigger or whatever.
     
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    Still available
     
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    I have pictures if anyone is interested.
     
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    Post pic for sure, that's always worth a thousand words as they say. A decent resolution photo of all four is the best bet for a candid, unambiguous view of all the blems.

    Chicago has brutal winters does it not? Strange how snow tire adoption seems to drop off, the more they're needed, lol. (n)
     
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    Back up for upcoming fall/winter.
     
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    Bump.

    And just to clear things up... the lug bolt pattern for the Prius V Wagon is 5 x 114.3.

    The lug bolt pattern for a standard Prius hatchback -- Gen-2, Gen-3 & Gen-4 (regardless of trim package) -- is 5 x 100.

    So these rims will not fit a Prius hatchback. They will however fit a Camry, Rav4, Sienna, Avalon, and probably the Lexus equivalents.
     
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    Still available. Thanks
     
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    Still available, Almost there with the offers coming in.
     
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    If you've got a buyer, there you go. But otherwise: you really should post some pictures.
     
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