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    #1

    set of wheels (plural)

    Hi

    What is the plural of "set of wheels" (a car)? sets of wheels?

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    Re: set of wheels (plural)

    Yes, "sets..." is the plural form.

    Alternatively, borrow a term from cycling and the phrase becomes "wheelsets".

    For example:

    For Sale

    Two BMW Alloy wheelsets, 16inch, good condition.

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