8 Lug Wheel | Black

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These high quality 8 Lug steel wheels feature a durable powder-coated satin black finish and an 8x6 1/2 inch bolt pattern. Our 8 Lug wheels accept standard outside-knob caps with 11 7/8 inch back inside diameter. Accessories are sold separately. Made in USA!
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 8LUGBLACK
Brand SpecialtyWheel
Finish Powder Coat
8 Lug Wheel | Black
8 Lug Wheel | Black

Please Note

  • Coker Tire Company warrants 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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Question:
Would my factory dog dish hub caps for my 85 GMC K2500 fit these?
By Jason on March 06, 2018
Answer:

These rims will accept an 11 7/8" cap. Be sure to measure your cap before ordering. We can only insure fitment of our 11 7/8" baby moon.

Coker Tire Support on March 07, 2018
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Question:
Will this rim fit a 1965 Chevrolet c20 8 lug pattern
By David Adams on January 04, 2019
Answer:

Thanks for reaching out! The C20 came stock with a 17.5" rim. These are only made in 16" options. They may fit the bolt pattern, but there is a chance they will not clear the brakes. The drop center of these rims is 14". You might consider a single test fit wheel before purchasing a set as we cannot guarantee fitment. If you purchase a test fit wheel, it can be returned for a refund as long as no tire has been mounted on it.

Coker Tire Support on January 04, 2019
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Question:
how is backspace measured
By charles on March 04, 2018
Answer:

If you take a wheel and place it face down, you can measure how deep the back of the wheel is, which is the back space. With the wheel on the ground, take a straight piece of material, like a metal rod, a piece of wood (or something similar), and place it on the rear flanges of the rim. You can measure down from this straight edge to the bolt circle, and that is your back space!

Coker Tire Support on March 05, 2018
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