Traditional-Style Hot Rod Wire Wheels

Hot-rod-wire-powdercoated, 8/28/09, 2:47 AM,  8C, 6240x8825 (713+1830), 100%, Custom,  1/10 s, R73.1, G48.3, B65.9

Hot-rod-wire-powdercoated, 8/28/09, 2:47 AM, 8C, 6240×8825 (713+1830), 100%, Custom, 1/10 s, R73.1, G48.3, B65.9

No matter how you define the term “hot rod”, this type of vehicle needs a good-looking wheel and tire combination. Coker Tire has been supplying hot rodders with a great selection of tires for years, but most folks don’t realize Coker also offers a wide variety of wheels, not only for classic cars, but also for hot rods of all shapes and sizes. This line of Hot Rod wheels from Coker Tire includes Hot Rod Wire wheels, which are made in the USA by Roadster Wire Wheel.

Coker Tire offers its Hot Rod Wire wheels in many different sizes. You can mix and match them to your liking and pick out a set of tires to fit the theme. All of Coker Tire’s Hot Rod wheels feature four options for bolt patterns: 5 x 4-1/2, 5 x 4-3/4, 5 x 5 and 5 x 5-1/2. All Hot Rod Wire wheels from Coker Tire are available in primed or chrome-plated finish, but there is also the option for custom powder coating, with 12 available colors.

Hot Rod Wire wheels are available in a number of sizes from 14 to 20 inches in diameter, and widths from 3 to 10 inches. They’re an excellent option for cars built from ’28-48, but they fit other applications as well. Several center cap and trim ring options make this wheel versatile to many makes and models. It features a 52-spoke design that resembles the O.E. style wire wheels of yesteryear, with modern sizing options and bolt patterns to fit most applications. Hot Rod Wire wheels accept a ’32-35 Ford O.E. center cap.

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4 Responses to “Traditional-Style Hot Rod Wire Wheels”
  1. Jael

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Richard. Technically, Yes these will fit a ’67 galaxie… although they may not be the best choice as they have a distinctive 30s car flavor. although there are many other good options available. Check out just a few options to consider at: cokertire.com. All done and said, the traditional hot rod wires will fit your car, and would likely give it a look unlike others… Which may be a good thing or a bad thing depending upon individual taste.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Richard. Technically, Yes these will fit a ’67 galaxie…although they may not be the best choice as they have a distinctive 30s car flavor. There are many other good options available.

      Check out just a few options to consider at: cokertire.com

      All done and said, the traditional hot rod wires will fit your car, and would likely give it a look unlike others, which may be a good thing or a bad thing depending upon individual taste.

      Reply