Reviewed By Bruce W (BRISTOW, VA) —8/18/2017 1:29 PM
Worked get for my 2003 Dodge Dakota
Reviewed By John L (Sedona, AZ) Reviewed for a 1995 Toyota Tacoma —8/16/2017 2:18 AM
Thought the lugs were rounded and smooth rather than ribbed along the sides but they still look good. They fit as measured and look better than I thought they would after realizing they weren't smooth and rounded lugs.
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