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I'm looking for these inserts, but can only find them from one dealer on the 'Bay. Does anybody know of anywhere else they can be found?

Thanks!
 

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^^Yeah I was just hoping to not pay dealer prices. The Korean store on eBay has then for $240 and THAT even seems high considering they're plastic
 

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I'm was going to suggest eBay. But you've been there. Maybe using different key words in the search? IF you find them, post a link for other's that are thinking like you.
 

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Hey everybody

I'm looking for these inserts, but can only find them from one dealer on the 'Bay. Does anybody know of anywhere else they can be found?

Thanks!
Part # for those trim pieces 52973-A5570 .... you will need 20 of them at a list of $27.71 ea. or $554.20 WOW .... you could buy aftermarket rims for that money I guess you could GOOGLE that part # to see if you could find it cheaper. Most Hyundai dealer will discount 20-25%
 

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Part # for those trim pieces 52973-A5570 .... you will need 20 of them at a list of $27.71 ea. or $554.20 WOW .... you could buy aftermarket rims for that money I guess you could GOOGLE that part # to see if you could find it cheaper. Most Hyundai dealer will discount 20-25%
Didn't realize they were that much. On to other mods then! Thanks!
 

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And just to be clear, they are a custom fit for the OEM 17" wheels. The only reason you would need them is that all 20 of yours broke for some reason. I actually considered removing them but when I tried removing one, there are ridges and threaded holes in the wheels to mount them into.
 

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has anyone removed these inserts from the 17" SE wheels? If so, how?
I have some curb rash on 2 rims and was thinking of DIY refinishing with the chrome inserts removed.
 

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They just bolt on from the back of the wheel. Very easy remove /replace.

Thank you! I hadn't noticed the screws before.
Thanks for the timely reply..... I can get started on my project now.
 
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