Weld Racing 93-510348 Rodlite Wheel, 15 X 10, 4-1/2 Inch Backspace
Universal Fit, 15 Inch Wheel Diameter, Aluminum, 10" Width, 4.5" Wheel Backspace, Polished
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Innovative design with traces of the classic wheel of the past! Precision crafted of cold forged aluminum. Brilliantly polished and guaranteed tubeless. Push-through center cap included with each wheel. Center is drilled for 4-1/2" (Ford) and 4-3/4" (GM) bolt patterns.
- Genuine Weld Quality in iconic designs for the performance enthusiast
- Revolutionary two piece cold-forged and welded construction is lighter and stronger than cast construction
- Brilliantly polished show finish
- Push-thru center cap included
- Valve stem included
- Made in Kansas City, USA
Hex and 3-bar knockoff center covers are sold separately.
Item Details4-1/2" Back Space
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