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20" Gear Alloy Double Pump Blk W/ 295/65/20 Nitto Trail Grappler Mt Wheels Rims on 2040-parts.com

US $2,139.00
Location:

Addison, Illinois, US

Addison, Illinois, US
Item must be returned within:30 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:see auction description Restocking Fee:No Rim Material:Alloy Rim Width:9 Bolt Pattern:Array Rim Brand:GEAR ALLOY Rim Manufacturer Part Number:713MB Rim Structure:One Piece Section Width:295 Aspect Ratio:65 Rim Diameter:20" Load Index:129/126 Speed Index:Q Tire Brand:NITTO Car Type:Truck/SUV Tire Type:MT Number of Bolts:5,6,8 Overall Diameter:35.5"

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