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5 17 Inch 5x5 Jeep Chevy Wheels Rims Tires 37x12.50r17 Bfg Km2 37 In 17x8.5 Mud on

US $1,000.00

Mobile, Alabama, US

Mobile, Alabama, US

Commercial business shipping only. No home businesses, farms, or ranches. (5) 17x8.5 MKW black and chrome wheels with (5) 17 inch BFG KM2 mud terrain tires. The wheels are Jeep/Chevy pattern 5x5. They are in excellent shape. (4) tires are 37x12.50x17's. They have around 50-60% tread. The other tire, which is the spare, is a 35x12.50x17 and is new. Tires are balanced and ready to roll! Local pickup available. U.S. shipping only.

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