Dayton Wire Wheels are a brand of rims made for cars and trucks.
In 1916, Dayton Wire Wheels was founded in Dayton, Ohio. They were originally used on Ford's Model T.
In addition to being known in the Westcoast rap
community, they are also one of the few companies to make a 24 karat gold
wheel. Dayton wire wheels are regarded as the wheel of choice for lowrider
cars, with the 13 inch and 14 inch reversed spoke wheels being the most popular. Dayton rims have also been referred to as "D's" by many rappers.
There are many other wire wheel manufacturers. Some of them include OG, Luxor, Player, Roadster, and LA wire wheels. These companies provide similar style wheels at a much lower cost than Dayton wire wheels. In many cases, people can't afford authentic Daytons, so they resort to buying the cheaper product.