15x5 OE Style | 5x5.5" bolt| 3.00" backspace | Primed finish




This 15x5 inch OE steel wheel offers original styling and fitment for Ford applications with a large 5x5.5 inch bolt pattern. It features 3 inches of backspacing. Replace your rusty, bent or damaged riveted wheels with our American made reproductions. They are fully welded and offer additional room for disc brakes, but always be sure to measure for proper fitment. The wheel features our powder coat primer, giving you the choice to scuff & shoot with your favorite paint, or to powder coat. Our original style Ford wheel accepts standard outside-knob dog dish caps with 10 1/8 inch back diameter. This includes most center caps from 1955 through the 1980's. Accessories are sold separately. If you're in the market for a set of Ford Steel Wheels, the O.E. Style Ford wheel in primer is high quality wheel you're looking for. Made in the USA!
Brand SpecialtyWheel
Wheel Series OE Style
Wheel Size 15x5
Backspace (IN) 3.00
Finish Primer
Bolt Pattern 5x5.5
15x5 OE Style | 5x5.5" bolt| 3.00" backspace | Primed finish
15x5 OE Style | 5x5.5" bolt| 3.00" backspace | Primed finish

Please Note

  • Coker Tire will warranty chrome and finish wheels and accessories to the original purchaser for a period of fifteen (15) months from the date of purchase. Oxidation or corrosion due to improper care, and/or adverse weather or chemicals is not covered by this warranty. Wheels that have been mounted, painted, or powder coated are considered used and cannot be returned. Please test fit the wheels before you mount or paint them. Please see specifications for Backspace and Bolt Pattern for each Part#.

Product Questions & Answers

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Will these fit a 1965 International Scout 80 (4x4)
By Michael Marn on May 16, 2018

These will likely fit, but please note that the original 4x4 version would have been equipped with 16" rims. Also, please measure your center hub size to verify fitment. This wheel features a 4.25" center bore.

Coker Tire Support on May 16, 2018
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