Reviewed By Robert M (King, WI) Reviewed for a 1982 Cadillac Eldorado —8/25/2016 1:31 AM
Reviewed By David M (PILOT POINT, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tundra —8/23/2016 6:28 AM
Love the wheels! They have a decent "deep dish" look for a 16x9. The only problem with my particular vehicle is that the center caps won't go on at all. I left them off and painted the hubs to match the wheel and I am perfectly fine with the look. I have an older truck and it will be used out on the deer lease anyway!
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