Manufacturers Wheel Series: Bassett Rolled Shell Series
Backspacing (in): 3.750 in.
Wheel Construction: 2-piece
Beadlock Functional: No
Beadlock Included: No
Lug Nut Seat Style: Conical seat - 45 degree
Center Cap Included: No
Valve Stems Included: No
Wheel Bolt Pattern
5 x 114.3mm
5 x 4 1/2 in.
Don't let another win escape you--bolt on a set of Bassett's high performance Rolled black powdercoated wheels. These wheels are built with the finest materials by skilled craftsmen and feature patented technology to give you a competitive edge. So, if you're an IMCA Hobby Stock or Street Stock racer, Bassett's racing wheels are must-haves for you! When you decide to outfit your ride with custom wheels, don't settle for lower quality knockoffs--use race-tough Bassett Racing wheels.
What is the correct lug nut to use and how tight should I torque the lug nuts?
Bassett Racing Wheels require a hardened steel, 1" oversize, open-ended lug nut with a 45 degree seat chamfer. Before going on the track, always use a torque wrench and torque lug nuts to 85 ft.-lbs. For brand new wheels, make sure to re torque after first use because as the powder coat paint gets worn off, it can cause the lug nuts to loosen slightly.
I want to balance my new Bassett Wheels and tires. How do I ensure an accurate balance?
Bassett Racing Wheels are lug-centric, which means the wheel is constructed and trued off of the bolt circle. The center hub bore hole cannot be used to balance Bassett Racing Wheels. We recommend using an experienced tire mounter with a bolt pattern adapter plate that allows for balancing off of the bolt circle.