The Original Muscle Car Wheel Features
The most popular custom wheel design ever, since its creation by Roy Richter in 1964, the Cragar S/S rim has long been a muscle car necessity. This two-piece composite wheel has a chrome-plated steel rim welded to a chrome-plated aluminum center. Jegs carries many wheel sizes and bolt patterns, including direct drilled Cragar S/S Super Sport Wheels. Wheel and Tire packages are available with all our wheels, call Jegs today to inquire about adding tires.
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The Original Muscle Car Wheel
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Will these clear cailpers on a 1973 Corvette or will I have to go 17x10? Was going to go with 15x8 and 15x10s but have wide body kit now. The whole backspacing thing confuses me. Does reverse offset bring wheel out more or tuck it in more? Thank you.
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