OE steel wheel weight for Accords?

I can't seem to come up with a table or chart showing the weight of the OE steel wheel for my '05 LX 4Cly. It's the last number I need for figuring combine tire / wheel weight of upgrades versus OE.
I have called Honda America customer service (after trying the dealer) and they said they'd research it for me, but I haven't heard back from them.
Thanks in advance for pointing me to a relevant URL if you can help.
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If you can find a tire weight table...and a bathroom scale....
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Tire Rack posts the weights of the tires and rims that they sell. That is not the problem.
The problem is that neither the dealership nor auto maker know what the weight is of the original equipment steel wheels on the car.
If you don't know your starting point, it's impossible to figure out what the "difference" will be between the weight of the OE wheels and the aftermarket alloys being considered.
Of course I could figure this out myself by going to a service station, having them pull a wheel off the car, break the tire off the rim, call a taxi, carry the wheel home, weigh it on my balance beam scales, take the taxi back, remount and rebalance the tire, BUT ...
Wouldn't it be a lot easier if someone that already knew this information simply volunteered it?
It would save me a lot of effort anyways, and that's what sharing information on usenet's newsgroups is all about.
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May I offer a silly solution?
Take a bathroom scale to the wreckers. Ask them for an OEM wheel of your choice, and weigh it. Explain to them that this is all you need and you won't buy the wheel. I can't see them refusing.
This way your own wheel/tire assembly is not disturbed and you don't have to take a taxi anywhere.

Hope someone does (I don't). If not, maybe my idea would work.

Absolutely. The FAQ I host consists entirely of that shared info. I am very grateful to the various contributors who have made it possible.
Unfortunately, it appears that there are some kinds of information that simply nobody seems to know.
An example: A long time ago I asked in here and elsewhere (on several occasions) if anyone knew how much thread would show above the adjusting nut on the 2nd gen Integra once the clutch was worn out. No one replied. I then asked the mechanic I've been going to for 22 years. He changes clutches every day. He did not know. He said he had never paid any attention because at that point it was not relevant.
Well, After 14 years, I now see that there is on my car about 3/16" of thread showing, and the clutch still grips properly. So I still do not know the answer.
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A blinding glimpse of the obvious. Thanks!
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