Reviewed By Morgan M (CHURCHVILLE, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Ranger —6/5/2018 9:13 PM
I love the wheels and I put mastercraft courser MXTs on them and my truck looks great now
Reviewed By Brykelas T (ELLENWOOD, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Jaguar X-Type —6/1/2018 9:22 PM
I hit a pot hole and bent my rim. I took the rim to get repaired and the guy lied and said he could fix my rim but instead he made it worse and actually broke it. I ended up having to replace my entire rim which was a quick and easy process. I wish I would have just ordered a new rim from the beginning!
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