Wheel design can make or break the look of a car. That’s why The Transporter studies the original design criteria for each vehicle and advise OEM manufacturer Like TDM to utilizes state-of-the-art CAD design techniques to create the optimal wheel. And, of course, every The Transporter wheel incorporates the proper weight, offset and brake clearance to ensure that you get proper fit, finish, and reliability.

All wheels are not created equal and each wheel design has its own assets and liabilities. Steel wheels are inexpensive, easy to produce, and come “stock” on many vehicles. Steel wheels can be “dressed up” with a set of hubcaps. Aluminum alloy wheels (also known as alloy wheels) have some serious advantages over steel wheels – they are lighter, dissipate heat better, and provide good rigidity under high-load cornering maneuvers. There are three basic types of alloy wheel construction: forged, billet, and cast.

Back in the day, performance wheels were called mag wheels, which were short for magnesium – one of the primary components of wheel design at that time. In the years since magnesium has been largely replaced by aluminum.

The Transporter, Heavy Trucks Aluminum Alloy Wheels

Range of tire brands are available for your two-wheeler listed here