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Golf Cart/lawn Mower Ribbed Tubeless Tire 16x650x8 on


Watertown, South Dakota, United States

Watertown, South Dakota, United States
Golf Cart/Lawn Mower Ribbed Tubeless Tire 16X650X8, image 1
Condition:New Tire Brand:Kenda Rim Diameter:8 Manufacturer Part Number:658-2R-I Rim Width:6.50 Type:Tire Aspect Ratio:16

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Martin Wheel 658-2R-I Ribbed Tubeless Lawnmower/Golf Cart Tire.
It's a Kenda brand with the size being 16/650/8.
It's new with free shipping

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