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Set Of 4, Infiniti Chrome Rims Fx35, Fx45, 20" Oem 20 Inches Qx60 Qx70 Wheels on 2040-parts.com

US $950.00
Location:

Columbus, Ohio, United States

Columbus, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Infiniti Warranty:No Warranty Manufacturer Part Number:OEM 40300CG225

USED / LIKE NEW
Set of 4 Chrome
Genuine factory 20" Infiniti FX35 / FX45 wheels
Condition: New other (see details) Brand:
OEM
Number of Bolts: 5 Manufacturer Part Number:
40300CG225 / 40300CG725 / 40300CG726
Bolt Pattern: 5x114.3 Rim Material: Alloy
Hub Bore: 66.1 Rim Width: 8
Rim Structure: One Piece Rim Diameter: 20
Quantity: 4 Offset: 40
Rim Brand: Factory, OEM


Based on our research and information available to us, these wheels should fit the following vehicles.  However, before mounting tires and installing the wheels, customers must test fit the wheels on their vehicle.  If they do not fit properly in such test fit, the customer may return the wheels in accordance with our return policy for a full refund.

Infiniti

2008-2012 EX35
2013 EX37
2003-2013 FX35
2003-2008 FX45
2013 FX37
2006-2013 M35 / M35H
2011-2013 M37
2003-2010 M45
2011-2013 M56
1992-2006 Q45
2014-2015 Q50
2014-2015 QX60
2014-2015 QX70
 

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