Reviewed By Saul V (REGO PARK, NY) —11/21/2017 6:51 AM
Reviewed By Joe M (CHATSWORTH, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford F-250 —11/20/2017 8:42 PM
I became so fed up with the rims I had on my truck that I searched for some good old one piece steel rims. These appear to be great quality, time will tell. They look great and the lug centric is a snap unlike those others I had. Took my trucks look from Miss to Mister.
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