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For Your Restified Mopar: YearOne's 17-Inch Aluminum Magnum Wheels

YearOne, aluminum Magnum 5-spokes
Posted August 16 2012 12:26 PM by Scott Ross 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, SCOTT ROSS

Bet you thought these 5-spoke Magnums were OEM, didn't you? They're YearOne's new 17-inch aluminum Magnums!

Got a vintage rear-drive Mopar that has huge disc brakes at each corner--too big to clear the equally-vintage Magnum five-spokes you have (or want to use)?

Relax. YearOne's got what you need--an aluminum 17-inch diameter version of the classic Magnum wheel.

Come on in for more...


YearOne's brought the magnum 5-spoke into the 21st Century with their 17-inch cast aluminum one.

YearOne's done it again...this time, giving the classic five-spoke Magnum wheel a 21st Century update, casting it in aluminum and offering it in a modern 17-inch diameter, with 8-inch and 9-inch widths, a 4.5-inch bolt pattern, and multiple backspacings for a perfect fitment.

Updating the material to aluminum from the OEM stamped steel saves unsprung weight, while increasing the diameter lets you use modern tires, and gives you room for BIG disc brakes.

Bet you thought these 5-spoke Magnums were OEM, didn't you? They're YearOne's new 17-inch aluminum Magnums!

With a machined finish accented by black powdercoated recesses, YearOne's aluminum Magnum wheels accept original center caps and lug nuts, for an authentic-yet-modern look.

The cherry on top of all this coolness is YearOne's extremely affordable pricing. Single wheels are only $199 each, while a set of four is a great deal at just $749.00.

For more information on the all-new 17-inch aluminum Magnum wheels,call (800) YEAR-ONE (800-932-7663), or log on to
www.YearOne.com.

(Courtesy YearOne)



3 comments
brew62
brew62

so you say they are made to fit the big disc brakes so will these or the mopar rallys 17 inch fit the 2012 challenger rt?

Gabriel318
Gabriel318

Hello,I have a 69 Dart GTs, anybody can say what is the width and offset of the magnum wheels at 17" that fits without having scratch and rubbing issues?? Thanks

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