Steel rims and wheels
Rims are the primary components of automobile wheels. Drivers prefer steel-made vehicles for a variety of reasons, the most important of which being cost. Due to steel’s poor plasticity, most steel varieties appear to be extremely identical. This feature limits wheel designers’ creativity, as it does with alternative alloy wheels. A disc and a rim are the two major components of a wheel. We independently press both the disc and the rim from two pieces of metal for steel models, then calibrated and welded together.
What distinguishes steel wheels from other types of wheels?
We characterize steel wheels by their low cost and long lifespan. Compared to a set of alloy wheels, a set of original wheels of this sort might be several times less expensive. We associate the cost of regenerating damaged steel wheels with decreased driving costs. This type also has a higher resistance to both static and dynamic stresses. Steel wheels will perform well in the winter because of their resistance to road salt.
Basic specifications of steel wheels and rims
When choosing steel wheels, there are a few key factors to consider that will ensure that the model fits our vehicle well. The diameter and width are in inches, with 1 inch equaling 2.54 centimeters. The bolt spacing is also crucial, as each car has its own set of dimensions. Another key component to consider is the offset (ET, offset). It establishes the distance between the rim’s mounting plane and its vertical symmetry center. When the mounting plane is exactly on the vertical axis of symmetry, this distance can be negative, positive, or zero. The centering aperture allows the rim to center perfectly on the car hub. The diameter is in millimeters.
Which steel rims should you go with?
Steel wheels that are well fitting will contribute to the safety and comfort of everyday travel. In our store, you’ll find a variety of models from various brands. We are confident that every driver will select the steel wheels in terms of size. With such a broad assortment, you’ll be able to find the right fit for your vehicle.