Wheel Tech

Wheel-tech

Four-wheel-drive and car enthusiasts today are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting tough, uniquely styled wheels to personalise their vehicles. But while there may be a huge range of aftermarket alloy and steel wheels on the market, there's more to it than simply choosing one you like and bolting it on.

Offset & Bolt Circle

The offset of a wheel determines how far in or out it will sit in relation to the hub and also your vehicle's guard / bodywork. Ea...

Wheel Diameter

The diameter is an important factor to consider when replacing your vehicle's original wheels. The distance measured is not from t...

Wheel Width

It is important to consider what width you will choose for your new wheels, compared to the original equipment items fitted to you...

Alloy or Steel?

Wheels traditionally are built from two types of material, alloy (aluminium) or steel. Lower-spec passenger vehicles often come wi...