Wheel Finishing

Custom Finishes



Powder Coated Finish

A dry paint and heat technique is used for a durable wheel that resists rust, heat, chips and scratches. Fine ground particles of color and resin are electrically charged and sprayed onto the surface of the wheel.Then the wheel is heated in a curing oven which bakes in the finish. There is a wide range of color choices for powder-coating wheels.



A matte finish is non-reflective, often with a powdery texture. It is a color that is dull or flat indicating a lack of shine and luster traditionally indicates a low gloss finish.



A gloss color refers to the sheen level. It is known for being super shiny and light reflecting, giving it almost mirror like finish.



A satin color is a slightly polished shade that can reflect an average amount of light with some level of gloss. Its color has more sheen compared to a matte color.


Polished Aluminum

Polished forged aluminum wheels are hand buffed and shined to a mirror like finish. The benefit of a polished wheel is show quality shine and the ability to maintain a high luster through the polishing. Fully polished wheels are our base price finish.


Brushed Aluminum

Brushed aluminum is a metal with an unindirectional satin finish. It's produced by polishing the wheel with a medium grit or wheel to give it that classic brush stroke effect. This finish looks great paired up with polished aluminum accents. (Ex. Featured below is our Pro Sinister in a full brushed center finish with a polished barrel.)


Sandblast Finish

Our Sandblast finish is exactly what it sounds like. We propell a stream of abrasive material against the surface of the wheel under high pressure to roughen up the surface and give it a more textured look. Then it is sprayed with a layer of clear to protect from oxidation and staining. This finish gives the wheel the appearance of a metallic silver paint almost. (Ex. Featured below is our Pro Hurricane, sandblasted windows with a polished face and lip.)



Our custom candy coated gloss finishes come in a variety of different colors. This finish tends to have a higher shine comepared to our regular gloss coatings. (Ex. Featured below is our Pro Top 5 in a fully coated Candy Red finish.)


Two Tone

Custom two tone finishes are a great way to personalize your brand new wheels and make them stand out from the crowd. We have a wide variety of colors and finishes to choose from. (Ex. Featured below is our Pro Lit 6 in a custom copper and gloss black two tone finish.)


Black on Black

Our black on black option is a great way to show more detail in a black wheel. Often with black wheels the details can get lost, but when you go with a matte or satin black paired up with some gloss black accents then it makes a huge difference in the appearance of the wheel. (Ex. Featured below is our Pro Fineline, matte black face with gloss black accents.)


Brushed Candy

For our brushed candy finish we first have to brush the surface of the wheel. Once the wheel has been brushed we send it to powder coating where we apply a candy color finish of your choice. (Ex. Featured is our Pro Light in a brushed candy gold finish.)