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2014 GMC Sierra 1500 SCA Black Widow Wheels


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Hello,

 

I have a 2014 SCA Black Widow GMC Sierra which has an extra set of wheels lying about that I do not need for anything. If you are not familiar with what a SCA Black Widow is you can do a quick google search, but basically SCA is a tuning shop in Georgia that customizes all kinds of trucks/Jeeps and sells them through dealerships.

 

The wheels that I have were taken off of the truck because of a small issue with the driver side front wheel (though I guess I could just say one of the wheels since they are all identical) where the black powder coat was starting to peel a bit right near the edge. I have replaced these wheels with the newer style of SCA Black Widow wheels and so I no longer have a use for these wheels.

 

I know the pictures are not spectacular. The wheels are boxed up in my garage, and I am in the process of swapping a manual transmission into my automatic TDI VW commuter right now so space is at a premium. The picture of the whole truck is with the wheels that are for sale mounted on it. The next picture is of the part that is peeling with me pulling out on it a bit to demonstrate that the powder coat has separated from the wheel at this location for some reason. The last pic is of the same spot without the coating being pulled back. If you would like a better image of the wheels you can do a search on google and find pics of Black Widow trucks and jeeps with these wheels. I just do not want to post one of those pictures and upset the content owner. If you are really interested I can get the boxes open and get pictures of the wheels.

 

These are 20" wheels. I do not know the width of the wheels, but I do know that they had 35x12.5R20 tires mounted on them. I have been told that the defective wheel can be re coated for around $100-150...but of course you could have them custom powdercoated and have some killer wheels, or leave it like it is I suppose if you are into that sort of thing.

 

I have not been able to find any of these for sale anywhere, so I am not really sure how to price them, but here goes. I would like to get $1500 for them. This is only for the wheels, the tires are not mounted on the wheels any longer. Feel free to make an offer if it strikes your fancy. I will ship them within the U.S. and probably Canada, but shipping is not cheap for oversize/heavy items. If you are in the North of Seattle area and would like to see them in person, I am open to meeting up with you and showing you the wheels.

 

Thank you for your time,

 

Calvin

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Sca performance makes the trucks and has the wheels for 299 a piece brand new.

 

Looks like 20x9.5. 6x5.5 bolt pattern and 0mm offset. Gloss black with milled spoke accents.

 

Thank you for the help.

 

The specs that cbrsilv15 listed are correct, however the wheels that he is referencing are not the wheels that I am selling. I have attached a pic of one of the wheels that I am selling so you can see the difference between them and the wheels that SCA is selling now. I need to unbox them and get pics of them without the tires, but I am still buried in car parts in my garage. I will get to it this week for sure.

 

Since they are selling those for 299.00 a piece brand new I suppose that I can come down on my price given this new information. I would like to get $900 for them in that case.

 

As usual, thank you for reading,

 

Calvin Evans

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hmmm, I wonder how those rims and a set of 33" tires would fit on my truck with no lift, or maybe a 2" level up front only? The most I plan on ever lifting my truck is four inches, and NO crazy super wide tires. This is my daily driver, it came stock with the duratrac's, I would probably switch to a 20" TKO, or similar.

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hmmm, I wonder how those rims and a set of 33" tires would fit on my truck with no lift, or maybe a 2" level up front only? The most I plan on ever lifting my truck is four inches, and NO crazy super wide tires. This is my daily driver, it came stock with the duratrac's, I would probably switch to a 20" TKO, or similar.

Well...with a 4" lift and 33" tires they should work, I am not sure about at stock height. It might work, I just dont have any experience with that. That said, thanks for your interest, and maybe someone here knows if they would fit on your truck :D

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Hey Calvin,

  I realize it has been a long time since you posted this, but I am looking for two rims identical to what you have. Do you still have them? 

Jeff M

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On 2/12/2017 at 12:18 PM, brotharon said:

Hello,

 

I have a 2014 SCA Black Widow GMC Sierra which has an extra set of wheels lying about that I do not need for anything. If you are not familiar with what a SCA Black Widow is you can do a quick google search, but basically SCA is a tuning shop in Georgia that customizes all kinds of trucks/Jeeps and sells them through dealerships.

 

The wheels that I have were taken off of the truck because of a small issue with the driver side front wheel (though I guess I could just say one of the wheels since they are all identical) where the black powder coat was starting to peel a bit right near the edge. I have replaced these wheels with the newer style of SCA Black Widow wheels and so I no longer have a use for these wheels.

 

I know the pictures are not spectacular. The wheels are boxed up in my garage, and I am in the process of swapping a manual transmission into my automatic TDI VW commuter right now so space is at a premium. The picture of the whole truck is with the wheels that are for sale mounted on it. The next picture is of the part that is peeling with me pulling out on it a bit to demonstrate that the powder coat has separated from the wheel at this location for some reason. The last pic is of the same spot without the coating being pulled back. If you would like a better image of the wheels you can do a search on google and find pics of Black Widow trucks and jeeps with these wheels. I just do not want to post one of those pictures and upset the content owner. If you are really interested I can get the boxes open and get pictures of the wheels.

 

These are 20" wheels. I do not know the width of the wheels, but I do know that they had 35x12.5R20 tires mounted on them. I have been told that the defective wheel can be re coated for around $100-150...but of course you could have them custom powdercoated and have some killer wheels, or leave it like it is I suppose if you are into that sort of thing.

 

I have not been able to find any of these for sale anywhere, so I am not really sure how to price them, but here goes. I would like to get $1500 for them. This is only for the wheels, the tires are not mounted on the wheels any longer. Feel free to make an offer if it strikes your fancy. I will ship them within the U.S. and probably Canada, but shipping is not cheap for oversize/heavy items. If you are in the North of Seattle area and would like to see them in person, I am open to meeting up with you and showing you the wheels.

 

Thank you for your time,

 

Calvin

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