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939-176 Black Finish Wheel - 15 in. Wheel Diameter X 6 in. Wheel Width
Part Number: RB939176
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  • 1995 - 1998 Oldsmobile Achieva All Submodels All Engines
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Series : OE Solutions SeriesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : Black FinishCondition : NewProduct Fit : Direct FitWheel Diameter : 15 in. Wheel DiameterWheel Width : 6 in. Wheel WidthBolt Pattern : 5 x 3.94 in. Bolt PatternRecommended Use : OE ReplacementNumber of Lugs : 5Load Capacity : 1375 lbs. Weight CapacityReplaces OE Number : 9591875Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warranty
939-178 Black Finish Wheel - 15 in. Wheel Diameter X 6 in. Wheel Width
Part Number: RB939178
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  • 1997 - 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass All Submodels All Engines
  • 1999 - 2004 Oldsmobile Alero All Submodels All Engines
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Notes : 71.6 mm bore diameterSeries : OE Solutions SeriesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : Black FinishCondition : NewProduct Fit : Direct FitWheel Diameter : 15 in. Wheel DiameterWheel Width : 6 in. Wheel WidthBolt Pattern : 5 x 4.5 in. Bolt PatternRecommended Use : OE ReplacementOffset : 41mm offsetNumber of Lugs : 5Design : Hole/slot designReplaces OE Number : 9592321Anticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warranty
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Oldsmobile Wheel Guides

Without the wheels, your vehicle will stay put on the ground. Oldsmobile wheels are mechanically equipped with the highest grade materials that make them durable and tough on the road. Oldsmobile shocked the entire American society upon the release of a very different car model with the rest of the common vehicles available during those days. The first released Olds vehicle featured a curved dash board which was ultimately noticeable in it. Soon it became popular among auto enthusiasts for being able to run 40 miles with one gallon of gasoline.
 
And how has this been made possible? Of course it has been through the wheels. Oldsmobile wheels have been created to get a good feel of the road. Despite the rough roads, muddy terrains, risky curves, and not-so-good-looking asphalt or cement pavements, Oldsmobile wheels can manage the entire trip.
 
 
Oldsmobile vehicles may not be as classy, elegant, and stylish as the rest of the car makes and models with which several car aficionados get head over heels addicted with, but one thing is sure with an Oldsmobileit can very well keep up with the trend and current competition there is in the market these days.
 
Since the wheels are one of the essential moving parts of the vehicle, it is a must that your desired preference will aptly fit the tedious job performed by your Oldsmobile vehicle. Customized Oldsmobile wheels are widely available in a variety of choices. Whether you are on a tight budget or not, you still can avail of a durable and tough Oldsmobile wheel. Add more spice to it by choosing your best preferred styling options. Maximum performance is a quality known of Oldsmobile wheels. Maneuvering and steering are well-handled by Oldsmobile wheels. So better choose a good one for replacement when the need arises. Choose from the variety of cast alloy wheels, double spoke, radial spoke, star spoke, 3 spoke styling, bolted 7 spoke, and many more varying sizes.

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