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15 inch rally wheel trim rings

I need to replace my wheel trim rings, was hoping someone can recommend a good place that they have ordered from. Thanks.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old Sep 8th, 19, 05:17 PM
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Don't know where to get them, but the OER rings are not good. They move around on the wheel.

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Re: 15 inch rally wheel trim rings

Thanks, I will stay away from those.

Was hoping to hear some positive feedback from yearone.com, heartbeatcitycamaro.com or classicindustries.com
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I have been looking bat the heartbeat city ones myself. Have not pulled the trigger though.

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Re: 15 inch rally wheel trim rings

Wheel Vintiques is probably your best bet for aftermarket. Stay away from the 360* tooth style
as they tear up the wheels pretty badly and many have had problems with the fit. Wheel Vintiques
does a pretty job stating what wheels their rings fit.
Here's one supplier. These have prongs. Not teeth. If you have aftermarket wheels these may not work.
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/wvi-3001-15-1
And Wheel Vintiques website.
https://www.wheelvintiques.com/catal...ult/?q=3001-15

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Re: 15 inch rally wheel trim rings

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I have been looking bat the heartbeat city ones myself. Have not pulled the trigger though.
Which ones in particular? I know there's a few different options.
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Wheel Vintiques is probably your best bet for aftermarket. Stay away from the 360* tooth style
as they tear up the wheels pretty badly and many have had problems with the fit. Wheel Vintiques
does a pretty job stating what wheels their rings fit.
Here's one supplier. These have prongs. Not teeth. If you have aftermarket wheels these may not work.
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/wvi-3001-15-1
And Wheel Vintiques website.
https://www.wheelvintiques.com/catal...ult/?q=3001-15
Awesome, thanks. I'll look into it.
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The OER ones I got were 15/7 factory flat bead. They have the ring with the clips all around. I don't care about them tearing up the paint on the wheels. After all they cover up the scratches. They just don't stay put . They will move as you drive. That pushes them against the valve stem.

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Re: 15 inch rally wheel trim rings

I bought some 15x8 corvette trim rings for my truck from corvette central that I really like. I might by some of these 15x7 ones for my car ralleys. https://www.corvettecentral.com/67-6...s%26count%3d27

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The ones in your link look exactly like the OER rings I bought. The mounting tabs don't hold tight against the wheel. Causing them to walk on the wheel at highway speeds. Everytime I drive my car I have to take the rings off and re center them. The push against the valve stems. I'm scared they will slice a stem. Will be replacing them as soon as I find a correct and quality replacement.

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Re: 15 inch rally wheel trim rings

I'd be looking into the ones from Summit, that Al posted. They look the same as OE, including mounting clips, at a reasonable price and you can't beat Summit's customer service or free shipping (over $100).

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Just a tip, I had OEM's on my last car and just placed three small strips of duct tape at 12, 5 and 9 o clock positions and they stayed put.
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