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Set Of 4 Used Golf Cart Wheels+tires, Fits Ez-go, Yamaha, Club Car on

US $80.00

Millsboro, Delaware, United States

Millsboro, Delaware, United States
used but in great shape, plenty of tread remaining, no dryrot, no leaks
Tire Brand:Carlisle Rim Diameter:8 Rim Color:White Aspect Ratio:18.5 Rim Material:Steel Tire Width:8

Set of 4 used Wheels and Tires
Fits all popular models, EZ-GO, Yamaha, Club Car
Carslile tires in good shape, plenty of life left
Tires are leak tested before they leave
Bolt spacing on wheels is 4" x 4" center to center
**Does not fit Cushman Carts**
Feel free to call with any questions!

Indian River Golf Cars
26246 Kathy's Way
Millsboro, Delaware 19966

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