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(4) Ford Raptor Svt F-150 Factory Oem 17" Wheels Rims Black/silver 6x135 17x8.5 on 2040-parts.com

US $2,000.00
Location:

Lilburn, Georgia, United States

Lilburn, Georgia, United States
Set of four (4) Ford Raptor OEM wheels. Came off of a 2014 Ford Raptor. In excellent condition.
Brand:FORD Offset:34 Rim Material:ALLOY Number of Bolts:6 Rim Width:8.5 Bolt Pattern:6X135 Rim Diameter:17

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