Hasbro
Hasbro SuperDork
2/5/15 7:51 p.m.

5x114.3.

Keith Tanner
Keith Tanner MegaDork
2/5/15 7:58 p.m.

Also known as 5x4.5. Google "15x10 5x4.5" and you'll be spoiled for options. Looks like it's a popular Jeep size, for one thing.

Now, if you're looking for LIGHT ones, that might be a challenge...

81cpcamaro
81cpcamaro HalfDork
2/5/15 8:00 p.m.

Also a very popular size in circle track racing. Places like Speedway Motors will have quite a selection.

Hasbro
Hasbro SuperDork
2/5/15 8:02 p.m.

I just came back to add light. You guys are fast!

I'm aching for some Maxxis RC-1 245/40s.

JohnyHachi6
JohnyHachi6 Dork
2/5/15 8:11 p.m.

There are a ton of options if you don't mind steel. They're not terribly heavy and pretty cheap/available. Lots of companies sell them for circle track as mentioned above. Summit should have good options on their website. Aero Wheels, Bassett, and Bart all make steel racing wheels with that bolt patter, diam. and width in a variety of offsets.

novaderrik
novaderrik UltimaDork
2/6/15 2:17 a.m.

you're asking if wheels are available that fit Mustangs, Challengers, and every midsize fwd GM and Chrysler product ever built?

EvanR
EvanR Dork
2/6/15 3:19 a.m.
novaderrik wrote: you're asking if wheels are available that fit Mustangs, Challengers, and every midsize fwd GM and Chrysler product ever built?

And AMCs! Don't forget AMCs!!

GameboyRMH
GameboyRMH MegaDork
2/6/15 8:19 a.m.

Ultra-common wheel size, at least for steelies, commonly used in offroad and circle-track.

DaveEstey
DaveEstey PowerDork
2/6/15 8:41 a.m.

I run 15x10 Aero wheels on my RX7. They're around 20lbs a pop.

Hasbro
Hasbro SuperDork
2/6/15 8:53 a.m.
novaderrik wrote: you're asking if wheels are available that fit Mustangs, Challengers, and every midsize fwd GM and Chrysler product ever built?

Come to think of it, I had 15x10s on my firebird when I was 16. Then I acquired an MGA and kept the the British disease for life.

I guess steelies are the only route except bending over for custom. I was thinking 13 lbs. as opposed to 20. 20 wouldn't be as noticeable at a 23" diameter as opposed to 25".

DaveEstey
DaveEstey PowerDork
2/6/15 8:59 a.m.

The trick is more weight is in the center section than the barrel, so the weight isn't felt as badly.

81cpcamaro
81cpcamaro HalfDork
2/6/15 9:28 a.m.

20 lbs is fairly light for steel, ever pick up a 17" Soft 8 wheel? Try close to 40 lbs per wheel. 13 lbs for 15x10 is quite light. A Real Racing Wide 5 15x10 wheel is 13 lbs, but the required adapter for wide 5 will add weight. The Real regular 5-lug 15x10 wheel is 17 lbs. So 20 lbs is a good compromise, especially when considering price. The Real wheels are aluminum and not street legal, as a side note.

wvumtnbkr
wvumtnbkr Dork
2/6/15 3:12 p.m.

I have been looking for 15 x 8 or 15 x 9 in this bolt pattern for the race car.

Does not exist in anything except steel wheels.

The jeep wheels are HEAVY.

Hasbro
Hasbro SuperDork
2/6/15 3:54 p.m.
wvumtnbkr wrote: I have been looking for 15 x 8 or 15 x 9 in this bolt pattern for the race car. Does not exist in anything except steel wheels. The jeep wheels are HEAVY.

I spoke with Real Racing Wheels and The Pro 6 series 15x10 was recommended to me. 15.4 lbs., $411.55. Ouch. They have 8" and 9".

wvumtnbkr
wvumtnbkr Dork
2/6/15 3:57 p.m.

I am WAY too cheap for that!

tr8todd
tr8todd HalfDork
2/6/15 6:44 p.m.

Jongbloed? I know they are cheap in a 4X100 in that size. Phil's tire service in NY carries the 4X100, but no 5 bolt versions.

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