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4- 15" 5 Lug Trailer Wheels 5x4.5 White Spoke 205/70r15 Champiro Vp1 Tires*nice* on 2040-parts.com

US $249.99
Location:

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
Condition:Used

Bair Customs

 We are Bair Customs. A full restoration and build shop. Most of the parts listed are from cars we are building or restoring. Please check our other auctions.
FOUR 15X5 5X4.5  LUG PATTERN STEEL WHITE SPOKE WHEELS AND CHAMPIRO VP1 ST205/70R15  RADIAL TIRES.  LOAD RANGE C RATED AT 1820 LBS EACH. THESE ARE MOUNTED AND READY TO PUT ON.
THESE WHEELS AND TRIES WERE USED FOR TWO OF OUR CARS TO TRANSPORT TO ANOTHER SHOP, THEY ONLY HAVE A MILE ON THEM AND ARE ABOUT A YEAR OLD...LIKE NEW!

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