Buick Wire Wheel

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If you are looking for original equipment Buick wheels from the 1940s through the 1960s, this is the right choice for you! Our Buick Wire wheels are built to the highest standards in a manufacturing facility in the United States. It features a 5x5 bolt pattern and 56 stainless steel spokes that are sealed on the inside of the rim allowing you to use this without a tube. As this is a tubeless wheel, remember the valve stems! Our chrome sleeve stems are a great pairing.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU BUICKWIRE
Brand Roadster Wire Wheels
Finish Chrome
Buick Wire Wheel
Buick Wire Wheel

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

 
Question:
does the buick roadstar wire wheels come with spinner caps?
By Brigart Anderson on July 04, 2018
Answer:

It does not come with the cap, but the cap is available for purchase along with all other accessories such as valve stems and lug nuts.

Coker Tire Support on July 05, 2018
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Question:
Will these work on a 1957 buick special, if so need a price total for wheels 3 bar spinners and 4 tires wide white wall plus shipping to 19973
By John kenney on September 09, 2018
Answer:

These rims should fit your car in size 15x6. The three bar spinners can be found under "Other Stuff You May Like." As for tires, you have a choice between either a 710-15 bias ply, a 710R15 radial, or a 215/75R15 radial. Please let us know specifically what you like, or add to cart and enter your information in checkout for a total. We will mount an balance for free!

Coker Tire Support on September 10, 2018
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