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427 Industrial Way, Unit C - Fallbrook, California
Phone: 760-731-8303 - Open M-F 9-5 PST
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Browse Truespoke's® Complete Wire Wheel Catalog:

Truespoke® Wire Wheels for Collector Cars, Lowriders and Hot Rods

Need help picking the right wire wheel for your car? Call and speak to a live, human being: 760-731-8303
Hours of operation: Monday - Friday 9 AM-5 PM PST (12 Noon-8PM EST)

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About Truespoke® Wire Wheels

Since 1974, Truespoke® Wire Wheel company has served thousands of special interest car owners and many of the top, professional restoration shops and customizers in the country with our show-quality, chrome wire wheels.

 

We also offer white wall tires and wheel and tire packages. Cadillacs, Thunderbirds and Lowriders are our specialty. Our unique styles or wire wheels have been copied but never imitated. Our large selection of wire wheels includes Kelsey Hayes style and Motor Wheel type spoke rims. Truespoke® is the only choice for direct bolt style wire wheels.

For those who prefer a knock off wire wheel, we created our Truewire® line of 72, 100 and 150 spoke standard and reverse wire wheels at value prices.

 

From humble beginnings, Truespoke® wire wheels have become America's favorite chrome wire wheels.

With over 100 years of combined, wire wheel knowledge, please put our experience to work for you. Thank you.

Truewire 72 Spoke Cross-Lace Wire Wheel

Shown is a 72 Spoke Truewire Wire Wheel. The spokes are laced in a straight-lace (Radial-Lace) pattern. The wheel is all chrome plated steel. These wheels are imported from China and are our value leader. The wheels come with knock-off hubs in styles ranging from 2 to 3 blades, bullet caps and hex caps. The wheel shown is a reverse or "deep-dish" pattern. The medallion is made out of brass and bears the Truewire logo, first shown in 1974.

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