Reviewed By Saul V (REGO PARK, NY) —11/21/2017 6:51 AM
Reviewed By Carol n (Glencoe, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —11/17/2017 8:21 AM
The Wheels we purchased on this order were great. Looked nice on the truck. Very pleased with them. However the free lug nuts we received did not fit the wheels we purchased. So we had to buy another set which was not expected expense. Knowing the wheels you sent us the lug nuts should fit.
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