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Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old Dec 30th, 10, 06:38 PM
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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

The 'ol slot rims, I think its a cool retro look for 1st gens, someone on this site
has a old pic of his camaro with slots on it. If I didn't have rims already
I would look for some too.
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Team III has the E/T mags for some time

http://www.etwheels.com/et/5window.html
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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

They look like the old Ansen Sprint from years and I googled it and come up with this.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ARE-A695765/?rtype=10

They make many other sizes up to at least 15x10 so you'll just have to look around. GM bolt patterns too. I think this one is a furd/mopar.

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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

Ebay - http://shop.ebay.com/items/aluminum%..._dmd=1&_sop=12

Or I kindda like the Welp RodLites too
http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Garage...heel,5531.html

and heres American Racing Ansen Sprint

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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

Thanks guys for the links and info, great to see that American is making these wheels. I might try a set for a 'day 2' kind of theme.

I have looked at vintage ones from back in the day and almost all of them that I saw were 14 inch, can't do that, or unilug with 5 holes and I don't want that either as the car will be on the track pretty often.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chrev...Q5fAccessories

15X7, GM bolt pattern, maybe a Day 3 style.

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Everett, dosen't a G van have the 5" bolt pattern?
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It probably could.

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When I was in High School my parent's had a '78 Chevy van that was a 5 on 5 pattern with 1/2" wheel studs.

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Old shcool pic, I love it! Remember those are raw aluminum which means you will always be polishing them. : )

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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

like these? 15x10 and 15x 7 or 8`s for front

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the pic may be a 14 inch set i had but i do have 15`s in my garage

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Re: Does Anyone Still Make Slotted Wheels Like These?

Yep, like those

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