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4 (full Set) New Tires 205 30 12 Greensaver Plus 4 Ply Rib Golf Cart 205/30d12 on 2040-parts.com

US $159.99
Location:

Meridian, Idaho, United States

Meridian, Idaho, United States
Condition:New Brand:Green Saver Plus Aspect Ratio:30 Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Rim Diameter:12 Section Width:205 Load Index:4 Ply UPC:Does not apply

  • This listing is for a full set of all 4 tires. Tires only! not wheels.

  • DOT-approved tire for street use
  • Designed for a smooth ride and long tread life
  • Can be used both on the golf course and on the street
  • Replacement tire for fitments on all types and styles of golf carts with 2 standard and 2 low-profile sizes
  • Sawtooth tread design for long tread life
  • Strong sidewall for a smooth ride

Specifications

Vehicle Type
Golf Cart
Size
205/30-12
Manufacturer Part Number
G1206
Model
G1206
Brand
Greenball
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
17.90 x 7.60 x 17.90 Inches

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