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Wheel Center for Stock Car 15 Inch Steel Wheel, 5 on 4-3/4

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Wheel Center for Stock Car 15 Inch Steel Wheel, 5 on 4-3/4
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Wheel Center for Stock Car 15 Inch Steel Wheel, 5 on 4-3/4

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Whether you’re restoring a vintage circle-track car or just need to create a special wheel offset, Speedway offers separate steel wheel centers and rims for building custom wheels. Centers have a 12-5/8" O.D. and fit 15" shells.

  • Strong 1/4” stamped steel construction for racing use
  • Bare finish can be painted after assembly
  • Welding is required to complete the wheel assembly

How to Measure Wheel Backspace (GIF)

Specs

  • 1/4” steel
  • 5/8” Centering lip
  • 1-7/8” from flange to back of centering lip
  • 2-1/2” from flange to front of centering lip
  • 3.290” I.D
  • 12-5/8" O.D

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zooter
Verified Purchaser
costa mesa, ca

home brew wheel centers make it easy

January 01, 2011
We made these crazy wheels and tubed the car with the stock rear end, mounting 12" tires. After wacking the frame we mounted the tires on the bare wheels and then pushed them as far in as possiable and tack welded the centers. I'll never have wheels made again.
Pros:
  • Price is right
  • Rust free
  • Little prep needed
  • Heavy steel
  • Paint free
  • I think made in USA
  • Really strong
Yes, I recommend this product.
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What size are the lug holes?

Clark01
March 11, 2015

What size are the lug holes?

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March 11, 2015
EricM
The lug holes are 5/8" and require 1" lug nuts such as 91003911, 91003912, or 91003914.
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