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I'm thinking of buying some factory Honda wheels (rims) for my car and I'm considering two places. One is College Hills Honda in Cleveland, OH. The price of their wheels including shipping is $1,296.20 or through . Cheaper Honda Parts is in Plymouth, MI and their total price including shipping is $1,153.79 for a savings of $142.41.

This is a big savings to me, but I haven't heard/read anything about "Cheaper Honda Parts" and I have read several good things on this forum about "College Hills Honda". So I'm wondering if you guys have experience with this other company. If you have and it was good, then I'll probably go with the cheaper one. Thanks for any info you can provide.

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i would check out yourhondaparts.com, acurahondapartshub.com, and hondasuperstoreparts.com as well.
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Thank you suggestions, Pingzg35. I'll take a look at those sites.

Salcuta, thanks for your reply, but that is a different company from the one I mentioned. Hondapartscheap.com is in California, not in Michigan where cheaperhondaparts.com is located.
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I use HondaPartsUnlimited.com Which is Bell Honda in Phoenix AZ. good prices, and helpful if you have questions...
Luckily my local Honda dealer with match their prices with shipping plus tax.
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If you have any doubts just go with Bernardi and they will price match if the the lower price is legit.

Then, it will come down to shipping.

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It looks like it is a Honda dealer. I bought my C-RV back in 2008 from them
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I ended up getting the wheels at College Hills Honda. Thanks for the suggestions on the other parts places, everyone. I did look at each website and most were pretty close in price to CH. At CH, both the wheel center caps and valve stems were included with the price of the wheels. At some other places, including my local Honda dealer, they charge separate for each center caps and valve stems. I got the 17" chrome look accessory wheels to replace the stock 17" wheels that came on my V6. I'll keep the old ones for a while and then probably sell them locally. These accessory wheels look a lot more sporty than the stockers. They're stamped "Enkei" on back so they must make them. And looks like they came from Japan as both the wheels and the label on the boxes were stamped as such. I knew Enkei made after-market wheels. I didn't know they made OEM wheels.
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