After three years of being on the market, the WELD Racing RT-S wheel is still one of the hottest rollers on the market right now. The reasoning for this is simple; they’re lightweight, available in various width sizes & diameters and simply look killer! We all know that they have been available in polished aluminum and black anodized for a while, but they have now added their Black Shell version to the lineup!
WELD Street & Strip Debuts Classic RT-S S71 Five Spoke Design in a Black Shell Finish
Kansas City, Mo. – WELD, manufacturers of WELD Street & Strip wheels, is now offering its classic RT-S S71 wheel in a new black shell finish. The black shell is a high gloss powder coat finish, complemented with machined edges.
The WELD Street & Strip RT-S line is available in 15-, 17-, 18- and 20-inch diameters and in widths from 4.5-inch to 18-inch, as well as three different pad heights offering custom versatility for precise fit. The WELD RT-S wheel line is engineered to minimal weight for maximum performance.
WELD Street & Strip brings race bred wheel technology to the street. WELD Street & Strip wheels are designed to unleash the performance of your ride. Built to the same exacting standards as WELD Racing wheels they are perfect for the drag strip, or the local car show.
All WELD wheels are engineered, produced, and tested at WELD’s facilities in Kansas City, Mo. WELD uses only aircraft grade aluminum alloys and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes.
For more information about WELD or any of the WELD brands, phone 800-788-9353 or visit www.weldwheels.com.
- Same S71 flavor, with a new look
- High-gloss black powdercoat, machined edges
- Three pad-height options
- Available in 15-, 17-, 18- and 20-inch diameters
- Diameters available in widths from 4.5-inch to 18-inch
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.