WELD Introduces S70 Wheel To Their RT-S Line

New from WELD – the S70 wheel for their RT-S wheel line. This lightweight and budget friendly wheel is built for maximum performance without compromising integrity. See more details below.

Official Release:

WELD Racing’s most popular line of wheels for modern and classic muscle cars just got lighter and stronger with the introduction of the new RT-S S70. As with all RT-S wheels, the new S70 wheel combines WELD’s flexible racing technology, with a budget friendly three-piece modular construction in a unique welded assembly process. The S70 is also the lightest wheel in WELD Racing’s popular RT-S line up.

The RT-S S70 wheel has the classic WELD Racing look utilizing a forged center and WELD’s proprietary cold forged rims. The RT-S S70 wheel offers 3 mounting pad heights to clear specific brake rotor and multi-piston opposed calipers. As with all RT-S wheels, the S70 is designed for maximum performance and weight reduction without compromising integrity

The S70 is designed for many of today’s modern high-performance cars such as the Corvette, Camaro SS/ZL1, Cadillac ATS-V/CTS-V, Dodge Challenger/Charger R/T and SRT, Ford Mustang GT, and traditional classic muscle and Pro Touring cars.

Available in either a black or polished finish, the RT-S S70 can be ordered in numerous diameters, widths, and in a variety of popular bolt patterns. All styles of the RT-S line of wheels are available in 15” or 17” Single Beadlock STYLE. Each RT-S wheel includes center cap, valve stem and like all WELD Racing wheels, the RT-S S70 is designed, engineered, and manufactured in Kansas City, MO.


  • Budget friendly three-piece modular construction
  • Utilizes a forged center
  • 3 mounting pad heights to clear specific brake rotor and multi-piston opposed calipers

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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