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Old 02-16-2024, 02:17 AM
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Default 15 x 10 and 15 x 7.5 Cragar SS

The 15 x 10 are direct drill 4.75 (Chevy) bolt pattern.
The 15 x 7.5 are unilug

As you can see, the chrome is peeling.... badly.

I cannot tell you how old they are but the tires are early 70s and have been on there a long time. I don't know enough about them to know the differences over the years. I don't know if they are worth restoring, as I have heard it is pretty expensive to have that done correctly. Of course, if you want vintage patina, you could use as they are.

No lug nuts and no center caps.

Backspacing on all of them is approximately 4.25 inches.

I did put all four of them on my balancer just to confirm the wheels were not bent. They are all straight and true.

I REALLY do not want to ship these. I also do not want to mess with trying to get the tires off the rims. If someone is going up or down I-35 passing through OKC, I can probably meet you at one of the exits for Guthrie, which is about 20 miles north of OKC.
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