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What is the recommended way to clean Alloy Wheels?

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 5:46:44 PM Asia/Calcutta

Frequent washing with mildly soapy warm water is the best way to keep wheels clean. Never use abrasive cleansers, electric buffers or wire wool pads on your wheels. Where possible let your wheels cool thoroughly before cleaning them and avoid car-wash wheel-cleaners at all times.

 

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What do you recommend for protecting alloy wheels?

Monday, April 30, 2018 5:41:02 PM Asia/Calcutta

Most original equipment aluminum wheels are clear coated for corrosion resistance. You can generally use any type of wax or sealer specially formulated for alloy wheels, or any product that is designed for a base coat, clear coat finish.

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What are the benefits of fitting Alloy Wheels to my car?

Monday, April 16, 2018 11:04:31 AM Asia/Calcutta

In general, alloy wheels are lighter, more attractive, and better at dissipating brake heat that their steel counterparts. Fitting alloy wheels gives you improved steering feel and greater braking response.

 

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What are the benefits of fitting Alloy Wheels to my car?

Monday, April 9, 2018 5:32:27 PM Asia/Calcutta

Until recently, the wheels fitted by most manufacturers to their everyday cars have been "steel wheels" Steel wheels are more resilient to damage, and are considerably cheaper to fit. Unfortunately they are heavier, less attractive and smaller in both diameter and width than alloy wheels.

The term alloy wheels  is usually given to wheels 'cast' from a mixture of aluminum which is lightweight and great at dissipating heat and small amounts of more rigid metals whose presence in the 'mix' provides rigidity and helps prevent crack propagation

 

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What is an Alloy Wheel?

Monday, April 2, 2018 5:30:06 PM Asia/Calcutta

Until recently, the wheels fitted by most manufacturers to their everyday cars have been "steel wheels" Steel wheels are more resilient to damage, and are considerably cheaper to fit. Unfortunately they are heavier, less attractive and smaller in both diameter and width than alloy wheels.

The term alloy wheels  is usually given to wheels 'cast' from a mixture of aluminum which is lightweight and great at dissipating heat and small amounts of more rigid metals whose presence in the 'mix' provides rigidity and helps prevent crack propagation

 

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