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Method 406 15" Beadlock Blk (4+4) Wheels 32" Chicane Rx Tires Can-am Maverick X3 on 2040-parts.com

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Middleport, New York, United States

Middleport, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Method Wheels / STI Tires Wheel Diameter:15" Manufacturer Part Number:103215+32CRX10 Wheel Finish:Matte Black Wheel Widths (F/R):8" / 8" Wheel Bolt Pattern:4/137 Wheel Offsets (F/R):4+4 / 4+4 Tire Height:32" Tire Widths (F/R):10" Tire Rating:8 Ply DOT Approved:Yes Tire Tread Depth:.60" Tire Construction:Radial Wheel Type:Single Beadlock

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