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The Original Muscle Car Wheel
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.
- 2-Piece Composite Construction
- Chrome-Plated Steel Rim
- Chrome-Plated A356 Aluminum Center
- Center Cap Included
- Uni-Lug Multi-Fit Bolt Pattern
- Mag-Style Lug Nuts Required (Not Included)
14'' x 6''
14'' x 6'' Reversed Offset
14'' x 7''
15" x 4.50"
15'' x 6''
15'' x 7''
15'' x 7'' Reversed Offset
15'' x 8''
15'' x 8'' Reversed Offset
15'' x 10''
15'' x 10'' Reversed Offset
15'' x 12''
15'' x 14''
What Are The Top Cragar 08/61 Series S/S Super Sport Wheels?
The top three Cragar SS wheel sizes include the 15 x 7 wheels, the 15 x 10 wheels, and the Cragar SS wheels 15x8 in size. Each of these wheels use a "uni-lug" design which allows them to work with 5 x 4 1/2 ", 5 x 4 3/4 ", and 5 x 5" bolt patterns.
How Much Do Cragar 08/61 Series S/S Super Sport Wheels Cost?
Cragar SS rims range in price from around $225 each to below $500, depending on the wheel diameter (available in 14 and 15 inch) and width (available from 4.5 to 14 inches).
What Are The Main Benefits of Cragar 08/61 Series S/S Super Sport Wheels?
Cragar SS wheels are one of the most iconic wheels on the market, having been popular since they were created in 1964. They are made with a chrome-plated steel outer "barrel" welded to a chrome-plated aluminum center. In addition, they include center caps to help complete installation.
How To Install Cragar 08/61 Series S/S Super Sport Wheels
The first step in installing Cragar wheels is mounting tires to them. This requires a tire-mounting machine or tire changer. The wheels and tires also need balanced to prevent vibration while driving. Ideally, the balancing should be done so that the wheel weights can be added to the inside of the wheel, hiding them from view. Next, the correct size lug nuts need to be used, matching the vehicle's wheel studs and in a Mag/Shank style. If the wheels are a uni-lug design, the washers need to be centered for 5 x 4-3/4" bolt pattern and offset for 5 x 4-1/2" and 5 x 5" bolt patterns. The wheels are then torqued in a "star" or "cross" pattern that evenly tightens them down. Depending on the wheel stud size, the torque specifications will change.