15x6 SAWTOOTH Aluminum Trailer Wheel 5 on 5 Lug, 2150 lb Max Load, Plastic Chrome Center Cap with Plug Included
15 inch SAWTOOTH Aluminum Trailer Wheel 5 on 5

15x6 SAWTOOTH Aluminum Trailer Wheel 5 on 5 Lug, 2150 lb Max Load, Plastic Chrome Center Cap with Plug Included

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Only $95.00
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Part Number:TW-AW870-56050
Pricing for Bulk Orders (not required)
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Price
  • 5 - 9
  • $90.25
  • 10 - 24
  • $85.50
  • 25 - 49
  • $80.75
  • 50+
  • $76.00
Wheel Size 15 x 6 in
Bolt Pattern 5 on 5 in
Center Bore Size 3.19 in
Load Rating 2,150 lb
PSI 80 lb
Offset 0 in
Center Cap/Hub Cover Center Cap is Included
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DOT approved, meets Department of Transportation standards.
5 Stars
Very Nice
I had some reservations at first on appearance of these wheels since I was originally looking for something different. However, I bought them anyway since they were essentially the only wheels I found available anywhere in a 5 on 5" pattern. I found the same wheel elsewhere for less money, but these were a better deal since Trailer Wheels offers free shipping and mounting. Once mounted on my trailer, the wheels looked great and much better than I had anticipated. The 8 ply rated, radial tires I bought with them balanced out with little weight. Very happy except I needlessly purchased an extra set of stainless center caps since the web site did not explain that center caps were included with the wheels.
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Reviewed by:  from Texas. on 12/6/2012
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4 Stars
Happy with my new wheels
I recieved my new wheels and had the installed on my trailer and they looking better than I thought they would. I feel I made a great choice. I have had a number of compliments in the short time I have had them.
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Reviewed by:  from Jordan, Mn.. on 10/20/2012
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5 Stars
Mr.
These wheels look great. They arrived within about 4 days after ordering them. The only issue I have is that the lug nut holes are too small and a standard lug wrench will not fit inside the holes to tighten up the lug nuts. You have to use a standard socket with a ratchet or break over bar.
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Reviewed by:  from 1233 Wicklow Ln. - Garland, TX.. on 5/26/2015
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