1 American Eagle 058 Polished Aluminum Wheel 16x8" 8x170 99-04 Ford Super Duty on 2040-parts.com
Channelview, Texas, US
Rim Brand:American Eagle
Number of Bolts:8
Rim Structure:One Piece
This auction is for one 16X8" polished aluminum American Eagle 058 Wheel with a 8x170 bolt pattern
8 on 170
99-04 Ford Super Duty F250 F350 P/Us
this wheel has wear and scratches I have the worst pictured
there is no center cap with this auction
Everything shipped is insured. Sorry no refunds or exchanges.
Will ship to the continental US only. Pick-up is available.
E_mail with any questions. Texas buyers must pay sales tax.
We accept Paypal, visa/mastercard, and discover. Thanks for looking if you have any questions please give me a call 281-452-6805 please ask for Bobby.
Stock # BH515P
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