WHAT DOES ORIGINAL CONDITION FACES MEAN?
All JDM wheels posted have USED CONDITION faces. Unless otherwise stated, faces are in original condition which means non-refinished. Note that majority of these wheels are used Japanese wheels with many of them being over 10-15 years old. Peeling, scratches, pitting, etc is normal for wheels of this age. We do offer refinishing services if interested at an additional cost. DO NOT EXPECT LIKE-NEW CONDITION FACES if not refinishing.
DO WHEELS COME WITH VALVESTEMS?
Yes, all our wheels come with valvestems. Most sets will come with original condition valvestems that come on the wheels. Aftermarket valvestems may or may not be compatible depending on wheel model. Note that these valvestems that come on the wheels can be over 10+ years old. You may need to find replacement rubber seals for the valvestem or buy new complete replacements. We are not responsible for any air leaks involving the valvestem.
HOW IS SHIPPING CALCULATED? DO YOU SHIP WORLDWIDE?
Each part will be $15 to ship. For example, if you were to order 4 Outer lips, shipping would be $60 total.
All wheel sets will have a flat rate shipping of $120.
Hardware, accessories, and merchandise will have a flat rate shipping of $9.99.
We ship worldwide! So if you require custom shipping, please contact us through email.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR MY ORDER TO BE PROCESSED AND SHIPPED?
Orders will typically ship out next day.
If parts (lips/barrels) are not in stock, please allow 2 weeks for processing, machining, and refinishing.
Shipping will generally take anywhere from 3-5 business days (in the lower 48 states).
DO YOU HAVE A PAYMENT PLAN? WHAT DO I DO AFTER?
Yes we do! Click Here to check out more information on our payment plan option.
Once you have been approved, please email us with your Full Name, LeasingID, and what you are interested, then we can send you a contract and proceed from there!
HOW TO MEASURE LIP AND BARREL SIZE
Below is an example of a wheel with reverse parts. The concept still applies with step wheels. Wheels that are sandwich mount you will also need to account for the width of the face inbetween the lip and barrel.
The photo shows an 11" wide wheel. Like all wheel manufacturers, the width is measured from bead to bead, not from end to end. The wheel below has a 5" outer lip and a 6" inner barrel. As you can see, you only measure up to where the tire beads up, not the overall width to the very end. You will need the tire off to measure properly like the photo.
This is the only correct way to measure to ensure you order the correct size parts you need.
HOW TO MEASURE BORE SIZE:
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STEP LIP AND REVERSE LIP?