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(4) 2" 50mm Hubcentric Wheel Spacers 6x4.5 To 6x4.5 1/2"studs For Dodge Viper on 2040-parts.com

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Pomona, California, United States

Pomona, California, United States
Condition:New MPN:992775-topcn Wheel Bolt Pattern:6x4.5 or 6x114.3 MM Brand:topcn Thickness:2" or 50mm Placement on Vehicle:Left,Right,Front,Rear Hub Diameter:71.5 mm Warranty:Yes Thread Pitch:1/2"x20 Set Includes:24 Open Ended Lugs Stud Grade:10.9 UPC:606462321433 Interchange Part Number:1/2" x 20 10.9 Grade Steel Studs,2" 2.0" Inches thick Material:High Quality Aerospace Aluminum Silver Other Part Number:6x4.5 6x114.3 Wheel Spacers Adapters,50mm Thick Bolt Pattern:6x4.5 or 6x114.3 MM

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