Bassett Chrome 15 Inch Wheel - 15x8, 5 on 5 D-Hole, Non Beadlock
15 Inch Wheel Diameter, Steel, 8" Width, 5x5 in. Wheel Bolt Pattern (in.), Chrome, Chrome
- Wheel has a 15" diameter and is 8" wide
- Features a valve stem behind center in window
- Has a beaded shell to prevent tires from rolling off
- It is light weight, yet strong enough for 3500 lbs. stock cars
- The spun-form shell provides the lowest runout on market (under .030") for better handling
Bassett brought back the 15 x 8 D-Hole style 15 inch wheel for the IMCA and asphalt markets featuring the same high quality spun-form shell as the Inertia Advantage wheel, but at a more economical price.
- 15 Inch Wheel
- 8 Inch Width
- 5 on 5 Inch Bolt Pattern
- Light weight, yet strong enough for 3500 lbs. stock cars
- Spun-form shell provides the lowest runout on market (under .030") for better handling
- Valve stem behind center in window
- Beaded Shell to prevent tires from rolling off, very durable
IMCA ApprovedLearn more about determining the proper wheel offset, torque sequence, and bolt pattern for your application by reading our tech article. Racing Wheel Principles.
Item DetailsIMCA Approved
For offroad use only. The following must be considered when using Bassett wheels for on highway/street use when the wheel/tire assembly is being balanced. Bassett wheels are lug centric, which means they are built off of, and must be balanced using, the bolt circle and NOT the wheel center hole. Improper use of a tire balancer that centers the wheel on the hub bore, not the bolt circle, will result in an incorrect reading for rim runout as the center hole is not in the perfect center of the bolt pattern. The only machine capable of performing a lug centric balance is the Hunter GSP 9700 with the flange plate bolt circle adapter and no centering cone.
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