Radio Flyer Wagon Bar Stool Racer Race Kart Wheels Tires (121) on 2040-parts.com
Kittanning, Pennsylvania, United States
* Radio Flyer Wagon, Bar Stool Racer, Race Kart wheel & tires.
* Time to start thinking about your Winter projects ! This is real nice set of tires & rims. Awesome wagon
* Badass wide, awesome look !
* Tires/wheels sale for $425. set, buy these and save $$$$.
* Unilli front tires 11x600-6" ( 8" wide wheels)
* Unilli rear tires 11.5x800-6" (9 1/2" wide wheels)
* PRICED RIGHT
* 4 spun aluminum 1 piece wheels. Normal scratches but nice.
* Tires will last a lifetime on your wagon.
* Wagons not included, just shown in pic to see what wheels tires look like.
* Hubs and Adaptors not included.
* Remember, please read, wheels and tires are used. Race kart tires require airing up regularly, a little spray in tire sealer helps. What you see is actual pic of what you get.
* $28.95 shipping to lower 48 states. No apo's or po boxes. Ships Fedex.
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