What Are Your Business Hours?
Monday – Friday from 8AM to 6PM Eastern Standard Time.
How Do I Measure My Vehicle for Wheels?
Many custom builds with brake, suspension, body modifications may require supplying us with detailed measurements. We’ve broken this process down into a simple form for you to paint a clear picture for us. If you get stuck or have any questions, call us @ 812-739-3300 and we will work with you through the process.
What Do 3030 Autosport Drag Ops Wheels Weigh?
Drag Ops Weights are in the PDF below. We offer the lightest Street & Strip wheels possible. Everything in Drag Ops has been SFI-Certified to 15.1 (Rear Drag) and 15.2 (Front Runner Drag). In addition, we elected to test our 17×4.5 and 18×5 Frontrunners with a cornering fatigue test to ensure your wheels perform through that pass that puts some lateral load on them (as they always do).
What Is Caliper Clearance?
When the face of a caliper protrudes past the mounting surface (where the wheel seats at the base of the studs), the wheel must adequately clear the caliper. In the case of our Series G wheels, we offer 3 levels of caliper clearance. The diagram below displays those measurement points. If you need help determining the level of caliper protrusion you have, you can simply refer to How Do I Measure My Vehicle for Wheels? (above) and download the measurement form or your brake manufacturer should be able to provide you with drawings of there product for us to review with you.
Checking your brakes to fit Drag Ops Wheels.
Always consider your brake diameter when buying 15″ wheels. The narrowest ID of our Drag Ops wheels is 13.1″. Please confirm with your brake manufacturer that your brakes do not require a larger diameter. You can easily measure the caliper radius by measuring from the center of the hub to the outermost point of the top of the brake caliper. Companies such as Wilwood, Aerospace and Strange have brake kits specifically for 13.1″ I.D. rim sections.
How Modular Wheels Depth Affects “Dish” or “Lip Depth”.
Modular wheels are assembled using various components or assembly methods to hit the backspacing or offset your vehicle needs. More backspacing (higher offset) = equals less “dish” (the depth from the front lip to your spokes), and less backspacing gives you more dish. Your car’s track width when compared to your body width is what determines the backspacing you need. Too little backspacing and your wheels may stick out past the fender line. Picture a 90’s California Mini-Truck look.
Here is a diagram to demonstrate:
Wheel Care Instructions
Recommended Torque for Lug Nuts:
7/16″ – 60 ft/lbs
1/2″ – 80 ft/lbs
12mm – 80 ft/lbs
14mm – 90 ft/lbs
Beadlock Installation Instructions
What is the Warranty?
Do you Offer a Contingency Program or Sponsorships?
In order to keep our wheels priced affordably, we do not offer a contingency program or sponsorships at this time.
Do you offer a military discount?
As an American manufacturer we value all the brave men and women who defend our great nation and those who have served in the past. We offer our thanks for your service with a discount. Click the link below for details.
Do You Have a Dealer Program?
Dealer inquiries are invited for select series of wheels. The majority of our line is tailor-made to order which means – 3030 Autosport wheels are sometimes not available “off the rack” or stock-able. Our business model is centered around making the best performance wheels available – custom built for our customers. Legitimate businesses interested in becoming a 3030 Autosport Dealer should contact us by either calling 812-739-3300 or emailing us at email@example.com with information about the business. A customer service representative will reach out to you as soon as possible.