15x7 Artillery | 6x5.5" bolt | 4.25" backspace | Primed finish

$147.00

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This 15x7 inch six lug Artillery wheel is a great choice for a hot rod, custom or classic truck that uses a standard 6 lug bolt pattern (6x5.5 inches). The wheel features a durable powder coat primer finish, which you can sand and paint your favorite color. Custom powder coating is also an option and can be applied directly over the top of the primer. As manufacturers moved to all-steel constructions of wheels in the 1920-30s, the Artillery wheel was created, simulating the traditional wood-spoked wheel designs of the early 1900s. Because of its unique styling, the stamped steel wheel became a favorite among builders and restorers. Today, Artillery wheels are built from high-strength steel with modern tooling. Precision welds and crisp, authentic lines make this wheel an excellent choice for classics, custom builds and even as classic steel truck wheels.These wheels accept a wide range of accessories, many of which are compatible with our Smoothie wheels. (Accepts inside-knob caps with 7 1/2 inch back inside diameter). These Artillery wheels are proudly Made in the USA.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU ARPR1576L414
Brand SpecialtyWheel
Bolt Pattern 6x5.5
Finish Primed
Wheel Size 15x7
Backspacing 4.25
Wheel Series Artillery
15x7 Artillery | 6x5.5" bolt | 4.25" backspace | Primed finish
15x7 Artillery | 6x5.5" bolt | 4.25" backspace | Primed finish

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#. Caps and Accessories are Sold Separately.

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
How do I calculate my offset?
By Ricky Kinser on May 24, 2017
Answer:

Our wheels are mostly zero offset, hence the backspace measurements given. See this guide. on measuring offset and backspacing.

Coker Tire Support on May 25, 2017
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