Garage Sale - Sander Direct Mount Front Wheel, 15x9, 5 In Offset, Beadlock and Cover
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This is garage sale price because it is the 3 Fastener style cover and is being discontinued. Wheel is new in box.
Speedway is now stocking a large selection of Sander wheels and repair parts. Sander Engineering Inc. is the only racing wheel company to CNC cold spin all of their aluminum wheel halves. They are cold formed over a 2 stage mandrel and heat treated twice to get a perfect part. Splined centers are cast from the highest quality aircraft magnesium. Wheels are fully polished front and back with covers and red anodized lock rings for easy maintenance, good looks, and a long life.
Note: Please order wheels by the chart below to get the correct direct mount front wheel.
Wheel sold as: Will actually measure:
3" off wheel 4" off wheel
4" off wheel 5" off wheel
5" off wheel 6" off wheel
6" off wheel 7" off wheel
Learn more about determining the proper wheel for your application by reading our tech article. Racing Wheel Principles.
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