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!!!
Wheel Center Caps for Sale
Mon, 03 Mar 2008 00:00:00 -0800
By Tim Pollard
First Official Pictures
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