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15 Inch Weld-On Beadlock Ring, Inner Ring Only
15 Inch Weld-On Beadlock Ring, Inner Ring Only

15 Inch Weld-On Beadlock Ring, Inner Ring Only

Dirt Late Model, Modified, Pavement Late Model, Sport Mod, Stock Car

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15 Inch Weld-On Beadlock Ring, Inner Ring Only
15 Inch Weld-On Beadlock Ring, Inner Ring Only
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2531520

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This 16-bolt bead lock ring welds to a 15" steel wheel. One piece, 3/16" steel ring with attached threaded inserts. Replacement for bead lock kit 253-1510 and works with 16-bolt beadlock ring 253-1515.

  • 13" I.D.
  • 15-1/2" O.D.
  • 3/16" ring thickness
  • 1-1/4" ring width

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253-1510 Instructions (PDF)

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Replacement for 253-1510 kit

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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