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· Gang-Ban Organizer
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the semi hollow spokes are the heaviest ones made (12.2lbs) the solid spoke design ones are lighter (11.8lbs) and the hollow spokes are the lightest (10.8lb)

The semi solid spokes like you have are the most common 7 spoke wheel made and fairly worthless...in nice condition with centercaps they can go for as much as $150 for a set.....and that's a perfect set.

On average they sell for $100 a set +/- $25 or so. So $200 at most with those tires. The first half tread is the best part...and inspection stations won't pass a car with 3/32 or less tread...so consider yours have 4-5/32 left....essentially dead tires. :\
 

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I have weighed all 3 versions...back in 05-06 I weighed them on the UPS scale at my old job (did weights down to the 1/10th of a lb.). I used to autocross in stock class so I had 6 sets of 14x6 wheels for my car at the time...

point being the semi solid spokes are the heaviest and most common despite the name :) but let me check the FAQ to make sure I'm calling them the right name LOL....I have been known fo fail from time to time (all the time if you ask my wife though) :)

Don't take those posted weights as gospel. I know, for example, that the 14" BBS aren't the listed weight.
As to what David is saying about the various versions of those wheels, I have a feeling he's either weighed all versions himself or knows someone who has.
Ok this is why I remember the solid spoke actually weighing less. The inside of the wheel...the only major difference is the semi-solid spoke has the bigger mounting pad...that's where the weight lies IMO...but it's splitting hairs LOL...the semi's and solids are close enough it's more about looks...

semi inside -


solid inside -
 
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