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I agree with spacedout here.....and they are keeping your wheel to sell as scrap.
Screw the service dept., find the Dealer Principle and state your case......since you paid over the counter for the wheel, the old one is your property....period.

G.M. HAS NO INTEREST IN YOUR REMOVED WHEEL....they are not a scrapyard.

Give em ****, Troop!

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Well............I must apologize to the OP and all readers.

Called my G.M. contact this morning regarding the core charge for a new wheel question and...........Dangit...they do charge $50.00 core...even for a new rim......and, they do get them back.

So, I was wrong (or mistaken)........I was told this is not new either....

I hope the OP sees this before he raises cain with his dealer.

Sorry,
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Yeah, if anything this is a lesson that strengthens on line buying.

Starks8 was wondering about buying a second set of factory rims at the dealer level and now, knowing this, I guess a online purchass, with the savings and no core charge involved would more than offset any shipping expense.

I'm guessing that the dealer price quote assumes a rim is returned, not unlike buying a new battery. The core charge is only applied if there is nothing returned.

Another lesson learned, aye?

Rob
 
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