Spinner Wheels

March 15th, 2010

To start off, Spinners aren’t exactly a wheel; more like a hubcap. They’re located inside the wheel itself & spins when the vehicle actually moves. It stops moving when the vehicle comes to a complete-I mean complete-stop; like when it’s parked or something. It usually has roller bearings that separate the actual spinner from the wheel so that way the wheel is “unaffected”.

They’re so popular that there’s a song about them! I’m not even kidding, I wish I was. It’s actually called “Ridin’ Spinners” by Three 6 Mafia. Don’t believe me? Pfft, fine. Look it up! It came out in 2003 (: There’s no doubt that there’s more songs about them, but that was the first one that popped into my head.

Anyways, Spinners usually come in an either chromed or polished finish-you’ll rarely see a set of Spinners painted; but if you do, they usually come in Gold or Black. You’ll see them being used as Cadillac Escalade rims or Chevrolet Tahoe wheels -my point is they’re usually on big SUV’s. I personally don’t have any spinners on my car, but I do think they’re pretty cool (:

Now you know,


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