15'' x 3-1/2'' Wheels
Weld Racing Sport Forged Draglite Polished Wheels are super strong and lightweight cold forged aluminum construction with blueprint-perfect runout tolerances. The best race and street performance wheel value in the industry. Sport Forged Draglite wheels feature a two piece construction and a brilliant polished finish making it the ultimate street/strip wheel on the market.
- Cold forged construction is up to 40% lighter and stronger than cast aluminum
- Mirror like polished finish only available from a WELD forged wheel
- High positive offsets with deeper backspaces
- Available from 3.5" to 16" wide.
- Real street/strip wheels - rated for use up to 8 second, 160 MPH drag cars
- 15" Diameter wheels require 1.310"-1.375" long x .687" diameter mag shank lug nuts (sold separately)
- 17" Diameter wheels require 1.750" long x .745" diameter mag shank lug nuts (sold separately)
- Made in the U.S.A.
Weld Racing Sport Forged Draglite Wheels are also available in Black FinishJEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS Professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.
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