Toyota Fj Land Cruiser 4x4 Pick Up Oem Steel Wheel Center Caps Part# 42603-60180 on 2040-parts.com
Garden Grove, California, US
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Set of Four (4) Stock OEM FACTORY TOYOTA LAND CRUISER Wheel center caps. STEEL.
6 bolt wheels x 139.7mm (5"1/2) bolt pattern.
Toyota part number # 42603-60180
See my other item # 111086120296 for another set caps shorter for 2x4 from FJ Cruiser.
CONDITION: All 4 caps are in EXCELLENT condition. All clips are intact. Some very-very tiny light scratches... which very hard to noticeable since store them all with a lot of other center caps in a plastic bag. Since other 3 CAPS ARE BRAND NEW SEALED IN PLASTIC BAG.
Center caps are stock OEM Authentic from TOYOTA factory. Not LIKE OTHER selling a Copy replicas Made in China/Taiwan.
$11.00 shipping cost by USPS Priority mail medium flat rate box (2-3 days) to 48 contiguous states only.
BUYERS in AK, PR, HI & Canada. Please ask for shipping quote before you taking bid.
Pictures below are Actual, What you see is Exactly what you get!!!
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