- You may test fit an individual wheel mounted with tire. But, before mounting tires to all the wheels, check the vehicle brake, hub, fender and suspension clearance to ensure fitment.
- Ensure fitment before full installation as installed wheels cannot be returned.
- Be sure to mount tires onto wheels only with equipment specifically designed for alloy wheels.
- During installation, do not use equipment that will scratch, scrape or abrade the wheels as this will void the warranty.
- Though they may be needed for some fitments; wheel adaptors and spacers are not inherently recommended. If installed, the purchaser assumes all responsibility and liability.
- The use of clip-on style wheel weights is not recommended. Clip-on style wheel weights can damage the wheel finish and void the warranty. Please use only self-adhesive tape weights when balancing the wheels.
- Please ensure you use the correct type of lug nut. Use of incorrectly sized or incorrect seat of lugs will void the warranty.
- As always, please use the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended torque specifications when tightening lug nuts. This can typically be confirmed within the vehicle manual.
- It is recommended to re-torque the lug nuts after 75-100 miles of driving.
- Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors (TPMS) – Some vehicles have an indirect system that does not require the use of valve sensors or TPMS. If your vehicle is equipped with a TPMS system, you must install new or reinstall the original sensors into the wheels. Some TPMS require activation after installation. Refer to your owner’s manual for the specifics.
CARE & MAINTENANCE
- Keep it clean! Keeping your wheels clean on a continual (weekly) basis is the best way to maintain their “like new” finish and luster. Inclement weather conditions, plus neglect, can expedite the appearance of blemishes.
- Never clean your wheels immediately after a long trip (while they are hot) as this can cause blemishes if the wheels are too hot.
- Water mixed with a mild, non-abrasive cleaner is the best solution for cleaning your wheels. Do not use abrasive or corrosive cleaners. Make it easy; if it is not safe for the paint on your vehicle, it is probably not safe for your wheels.
- Be cautious of applying protectants. Applying a coat of non-abrasive carnauba-based auto wax, after cleaning, is all the protection your wheels should need. These installation and care instructions must be given to the retail purchaser.
Factory Style Wheels
7603 St Andrews Ave, Ste F
San Diego CA 92154
Phone: (619) 391-3399