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American Racing AR883 Maverick Wheels

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    Following the leader has never been your forte. While others do everything they can to fit in, you buck the system and prefer to walk your own walk and talk your own talk-especially when it comes to expressing your passion for automotive performance. It's time to prove that you play by your own set of rules by shedding your stock rims and stepping out on American Racing AR883 Maverick Wheels.

    Always original, the American Racing Maverick line of aftermarket wheels are born and bred for a bolder appearance than any factory rim. These unique upgrades are styled with a stepped 5-spoke pattern with each spoke highlighted by a notch carved into narrow outer lip. For added proof of your aggressive tastes, AR883 Wheels come with matching center caps bearing the logo of the first name in automotive innovation: American Racing.
    Not only are American Racing Maverick Rims one-of-a-kind, they're built to outlast the competition. Thanks to their 1-piece aluminum construction, these singular wheels are lightweight yet sturdy enough to withstand intense driving conditions. To back it up, every American Racing AR883 is protected by a Lifetime Structural Warranty.

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    American Racing AR883 Maverick Wheels Customer Reviews

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    Great set of Wheels

    Reviewed by Chris G (Mexico, MO) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Transit Connect — Mar 25, 2015 9:29 PM

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    AA did a perfect job of getting the wheels to me in short order. Wheels are perfect, finish, detail and well polished. The Vehicle they went on was an ugly 2013 Ford Transit Connect. It's not ugly now..