Pro Comp 69 Series Vintage Wheel, 17x9 with 8 on 6.5 Bolt Pattern - Polished - 1069-7982

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  • Pro Comp Alloy Wheels | Part Number: PXA1069-7982
  • Wheel Width:9 Inches
  • Style:Series 1069
  • Finish:Polished
  • Construction:Aluminum
  • Wheel Diameter:17 Inches
  • Offset:-6
  • Backspacing:4.75
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Brand:Pro Comp Alloy Wheels
  • Bolt Pattern:8 on 6.5
  • Series:69 Series
  • Series - Finish:69 Series Classic - Polished


Pro Comp Alloys are designed using State-Of-The-Art Low-Pressure-Casting Technology providing unsurpassed wheel strength, style and value. Pro Comp Alloy Wheels combine head turning style, light weight, durable finish in black, black powder coat chrome and polished. Pro Comp Alloys also incorporate a high offset brake clearance for todays performance trucks and sport utility vehicles.

Customer Reviews

4.9 4.9
20 Customer ratings
5.0 Very nice

Fast shipping. Great looking old school 4x4 look. Get many compliments.

5.0 HAPPY I didn't listen to the Louisville Rep

great wheel i ordered online after the Louisville rep told me these wheels were no longer available in this size and bolt pattern. the wheels arrived in less than a week

from Owensboro KY |
5.0 Old school cool,

Fit the old dodge like a glove. Best part is they hold air. Always important.

from Arizona |


Question & Answers

17 Answered questions

Q: Will this fit a 95 F250 4x4 and do you have center cap for front with manual locking hub Answer this question

A: No, Ford had 8x170 wheel lug spacing. I bought these for my 97 ram 2500 and dodge used 8x 6.5 /165.1. I believe the 90s Chevy and dodge used the same spacing but Ford was different. You need 8x170 spacing wheels. For that 95 Ford. And the caps are not open for manual locking hubs so you will have to leave the front caps off so you have access to lock the hubs.

Answered by No ma'am from Arizona on 03/19/2022

A: Yes, they will fit your Ford, and the center caps, will also work, as the have a removable end cap, which comes off , and exposes your lockout

Answered by MECHANIC from SEDALIA on 03/19/2022

Q: Hello. Will this wheel work on a 3/4T, 4x4 square body Chev truck without rubbing the tie rods? The tires are 35/12.50 Armstrong all country. Thanks for letting me ask a question. Answer this question

A: I’m not sure about your application if the truck isn’t lifted.  My truck is a 1993 Chevy K3500 with a 6” lift. I’m running pro comp tires 35”x12.5 on 8 lug pro comp rims 17”x9. 

Answered by Disco from Mi on 06/22/2021

A: Yes, it’ll clear

Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 06/18/2021

Q: do these rims take a 60 degree conical seat lug nut Answer this question

A: Yes

Answered by Disco from Mi on 04/30/2021

A: Yes - All Pro Comp wheels use a 60 degree conical seat lug nut.

Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 04/27/2021

Q: Will this fit and not let tires rub inside bar from frame to axle on an 05 dodge 2500 using 315/70r17 it's also leveled up front. I have BF KO same size on stock rims and those don't rub. Answer this question

A: Yes, They should fit fine.

Answered by MECHANIC from SEDALIA on 04/05/2021

A: These wheels should not have any rubbing issues, Feel free to call into the sales line to place an order. If you live near a store you can set it up for in store pick up. Sales & Support Toll Free: 1-877-474-4821 Phone Sales (PT) Monday - Friday: 5 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday: 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sunday: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 04/02/2021

Q: in the pic provided in the add the offset looks real nice and it says it has a 6" offset in the specs, im just wanting to make sure is it actually 6 inches from the outside lip of the rim to the curved or flat part of the rim with the holes in it? Answer this question

A: Offsets are measured in millimeters, not inches. So -6 means the hub of the wheel is 6 millimeters deeper than center. The one in the pic looks deeper than that but I'm just guessing. I suggest googling wheel offset guide. That's what I had to do. Makes it easier to understand.

Answered by Derpinator from Minnesota on 11/13/2020

A: The offset is Offset: -6. This is just a standard image for all of these series of wheels. What you are seeing is not specific to this part number.

Answered by Kelly from Ohio on 10/01/2020


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