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American Racing Baja 15x7 - AR1725785B

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American Racing was founded in 1956 with a focus on constant innovation in the aftermarket wheel industry that is overflowing with American motorsports heritage. They have a company philosophy of never idling which keeps them constantly at the forefront of aftermarket wheel manufacturing. The Baja AR172 is a classic design and is a staple in the American Racing wheels lineup.

What Makes the American Racing Baja So Good?

The Baja is a one piece wheel constructed from aluminum alloy to create a durable end product that you can drive on reliably. This no frills style is the perfect ingredient to perfect your vehicle's look without commanding all of the attention.

What Makes the American Racing Baja Special?

The design of the Baja AR172 is what makes it so exceptional out of the wheels on the road. This model has an Alcoa design style with eight circular gaps with a stepped lip to add flourish to the lip itself. These elements come together for a clean, concise design that is topped off with a protruding American Racing branded center cap.

What Sizes Does the American Racing Baja Come In?

These wheels are made in 15, 16, and 17 inch sizes with wheel widths coming in various sizes between 7 and 10 inches wide. The offset options for this model go as low as -43 offset and as high as +20 offset.

These wheels are available in finishes including Polished and Satin Black built for 5 & 6 lug bolt patterns.

American Racing Baja Key Features

  • Lightweight, durable construction for reliable driving experience
  • One piece wheel made of aluminum alloy
  • Center caps included with each set of wheels
  • Wheel weight between 16.71lbs to 26.42lbs depending on size and width
  • Lip size ranging from 1.7 to 4.8 inches

The American Racing Baja delivers a classic design without too many frills to bring a classic look to your wheel and tire package.

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