Congratulations on your purchase of our brand new wheels! The wheels you have recently purchased are the result of technological advancements in the wheel manufacturing process, combined with years of experience in research and development. Please maintain the information contained on this registration card as a reference to the proper care and installation of your wheels.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Attention Installer:
This manual contains important information about the wheel registration, and maintenance of the wheels. This information should be given to the owner/customer of the products.

INSPECT YOUR WHEELS

Inspect all parts, including wheel studs and mounting surfaces of the hub and wheels to ensure that they are in good working condition. Careless installation of wheels on a vehicle is a major cause of tire and wheel problems. Proper installation of wheels includes using a rim-clamp style tire changer, computerized wheel balancer, proper size wheel weights, and torquing the wheels to vehicle manufacturer’s specifications. Consult a professional wheel and tire installer for the proper fitment of your vehicle.

TORQUING AND INSTALLATION

The correct installation of wheels requires the proper torquing of lug nuts. Improper torquing of wheels can cause distortion, fatigue cracks, or alignment problems. After completing the installation process, re-torque the wheels after driving for a distance of 25 miles to ensure tightness of lug nuts. Wheels should be re-torqued to vehicle manufacturer’s specifications. Please refer to the lug nut tightening pattern chart, and the recommended torque chart below:



TORQUING AND INSTALLATION

CHROME WHEELS: To maintain the finish of your chrome wheels, only mild (non-abrasive) soap and water is required. Always keep wheels free of brake dust and road salts. PAINTED WHEELS: To maintain the finish of your painted wheels, use mild soap and water is required. Always keep wheels free of brake dust and road salts. POLISHED WHEELS: To maintain the finish of polished wheels, use mild soap and water to clean polished wheels. Periodically, aluminum metal polish many be required to bring back the original luster of a polished aluminum wheel.

 



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