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Old 04-17-2008, 06:24 PM   #1
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Default center hub 6 inches for a 2005 Bon SE

I have a 2005 Bon SE. the middle (center hub on both sides fell off. I been to a few bone yards but nobody has any. The center ia about 6 inches in dia amd appears to have six fake allen screw around a offset X.

Does anyone know a great web site to buy them. I check a few bone yards but nobody carries them.

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