XD XD12257012706N Enduro Series Wheel, 15 x 7
15 Inch Wheel Diameter, Cast Aluminum, 7" Width, 5x4.5 in. Wheel Bolt Pattern (in.), Matte
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Designed and built to handle even the toughest of conditions - XD Series Wheels were born to serve you in the most extreme environments, bred to withstand the rigors of the Baja 1000. Extreme-duty designs and materials to put up with your rough and tough life style, whether on road or off the beaten path. XD Series Wheels are race-tested and strong enough to endure any of your wildest adventures!
- Features a Matte Finish
- Wheel diameter of 15 inches with a width of 7 inches
- Made from Cast Aluminum
- 1-year warranty on wheel finish
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