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Features, Description, Q&A, Specs & Installation
D525 Revolver Series Wheel
Matte Black Finish with Milled Accents
One Piece Aluminum Construction
Size: 15x10 - Front or Rear
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 139.7mm (5 x 5.5 Inch)
Offset: -43mm, -1.69 Inch
Backspacing: 3.779 Inch, 96mm
Fits 1976-1986 Jeep CJ7 Models
D525 Revolver Series Wheel. Fuel Off-roads D525 Revolver Series Wheel features bold 8-hole design with simulated hardware accents around the lip for rugged good looks. A branded FUEL center cap is included. This D525 Revolver Series Wheel is perfectly suited for both street and off-road applications.
Matte Black Finish with Milled Accents. This Fuel Wheel is completed in a high quality, black finish with milled accents for an aggressive appearance that will make everyone green with envy. For added protection and good looks, this Wheel features a durable, matte clear coat that is tough enough to stand up against the hazards of everyday driving - including road chips and pitting.
One-Piece Cast Aluminum. Fuel's One-Piece aluminum Wheels are manufactured using gravity casting. Gravity casting is the process of pouring a molten aluminum alloy into a wheel mold or form utilizing the earth's own gravity to help fill the mold. The result is a strong, durable wheel that has the same good looks as a more expensive wheel, at a fraction of the price.
Application. This Fuel Wheels Revolver Matte Black Milled Wheel; 15x10 is designed to fit 1976-1986 Jeep CJ7 models. Sold individually.
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