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BBS Mahle Wheel Caps (3D Printed)


butteiful

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Price: $60
Location: SF Bay Area


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Hey all, I made a set of 3D printed Mahle center caps and decided to make extras and wanted to offer them to more 2002 owners. They fit 13", 14", 15" BBS Mahle 4x100 wheels. They come with either gold or silver vinyl decals & UV protectors. These are high quality and should last for many years. They're printed with PETG on my bambu labs printer (iykyk). I run these on my 14" BBS Mahle's on my E21 and have sold some to owners with 13", 14" and 15" and they are still going strong. Price is + shipping. 

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