Aero Light Weight 51 Series Wheel, 15 x 10, 5 on 5
Pavement Late Model, 15 Inch Wheel Diameter, Steel, 10" Width, 5 on 5" Bolt Pattern
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Aero Race Wheels 51 Series steel wheels are designed for asphalt oval track use only. The spun-formed 51 Series wheels have a deeper drop center for easier tire mounting and dismounting, along with the greatest brake caliper clearance and brake cooling capabilities available. They feature a 7-hole D-window center disc made of HSLA material for strength and durability.
- Recommended for asphalt use only
- Lightest 15x10 wheel on the market
- Race proven across the country for 3 years
- Proven by SFI's 35.2 bead bending test
- Designed for NASCAR wheels
- Designed for vehicles up to 3500 lbs.
- Must use 1" O.D. lug nuts with 45 degree taper
- All 51 Series DO NOT have safety bead humps
- Available in multiple colors and backspacing
Learn more about determining the proper wheel offset, torque sequence, and bolt pattern for your application by reading our tech article, Racing Wheel Principles.
CBk= Chrome Black
CBU= Chrome Blue
CGO= Chrome Gold
CGR= Chrome Green
COR= Chrome Orange
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Q & A
Purchasing a new set of race wheels? We can show you how to measure the offset to ensure your new wheels fit right, along with torque specs, design, and basics about racing wheels.
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