| CUSTOM ALLOY WHEELS AND TYRES
At Plush Automotive, we offer a range of custom alloy wheels and tyres. Its almost always a number one priority for our clients when it comes to wheel and chassis modifications. Its a great way to express their individual automotive personality. We work with some of the worlds most prolific wheel manufacturers. We are able to bring you a range of cast and forged wheels to suit any style and budget.To get more news about Car wheel, you can visit nnxwheels.com official website.
As an authorised dealer of forged 3 piece wheels, we can offer any configuration and finish you desire. You can specify the profile, type of lip, and choose exposed or hidden hardware. Standard and specialty finishes can be applied to the center, outer lip and center cap in any combination. This allows you to create your own signature look.
Brixton Forged wheels are entirely conceived and hand-crafted in Brixton's Los Angeles-based manufacturing facility. Delivering the finest, lightweight performance in their class, Brixton's wheels are exclusively designed for high-performance exotics and supercars.
With the ability to completely craft a custom wheel to customers' exacting and most demanding specifications, each and every Brixton Forged set is designed, engineered, manufactured and tested exclusively for you.
An upgrade to cast wheels is a process called Flow Forming. This methodology is also referred to as Flow Forged or Forged Hybrid. The reality is there is nothing forged about these wheels. The name Flow Forged is really a misnomer and shouldnt be used (but is often used by marketers who want to convey a sense of strength in a wheel). But, Flow Forming, regardless if it isnt forged, does have its own advantages to increase strength in the aluminum. This process allows wheel manufactures to use less material and thus can create a lighter wheel.
The process to flow form a wheel is the wheel is cast, just like any other cast wheel, however the die for the barrel portion of the wheel is narrower than the final wheel will actually be. Once the cast is made the unfinished wheel is placed on a machine where the wheel is heated to over 400 degrees and then spun. A spinning disc contacts the wheel and widens the barrel of the wheel forming the final shape and width of the wheel. This process of heat and pressure helps strengthen the aluminum in the barrel portion of the wheel.