Bullet Cap | Push Thru | 3.125 Base 4.25 Tall

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Sometimes less is more, and no wheel accessory does it better than a classic Bullet Center Cap. These popular caps add a touch of style and chrome to your steel wheels without being distracting. Hot rod and Custom builders have been using bullet caps for years and the look is timeless. The Bullet Hubcap looks great alone or along with a trim ring for a little more shine on your wheels. FITMENT: Smoothie Wheel, O.E. Ford/Chevy - 14" and 15" only, Bullet Cap Push-through, 3.125 Base 4.25 Tall. Please check your actual wheels for the required cap fitment size. Coker Tire Company offers a huge selection of aftermarket hubcaps and wheels for collector vehicles.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 5009
Brand SpecialtyWheel
Cap Back Size 3.125 "
Finish Chrome
Bullet Cap | Push Thru | 3.125 Base 4.25 Tall

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Question:
the description says OE chevy and ford. Im assuming that means car? will these fit chevy or ford truck?
By ronny on August 01, 2016
Answer:

You may check the center hole diameter of your wheel and the height of hub bearing caps on front in order to determine compatibility with the measurements listed for this cap.

Coker Tire Support on August 02, 2016
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Question:
will this bullet cap fit a stock 1957 chevy wheel
By ross on March 11, 2016
Answer:

Check the center hole diameter of your wheel to determine if it is 3 1/8". If it is, then you should be able to use this cap!

Coker Tire Support on March 14, 2016
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Question:
do you have snap-in caps for 15in auto drag centerline wheels( aprox, 3.16 by 4in tall; bullet caps perfered )
By marcos gutierrez on May 12, 2018
Answer:

Our caps are built to fit our wheels only and we cannot insure fitment on any other manufactuere's product. The bullet caps we offer atr the Push Thru as seen above, and those found here: Click Here. All measurements are included in the descriptions and specifications tab if you would like to try a cap.

Coker Tire Support on May 14, 2018
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