Alloy Wheel Finish Types

All OE Wheels come with a lifetime structural warranty and a one year warranty on Wheel Finishes




Anthracite


Black


Black Machined Face


Black Red Stripe


Bronze


Chrome


Gunmetal


Gunmetal Chrome Inserts


Hyper Black


Hyper Black Satin Inserts


Hyper Silver


Polished


PVD Midnight Black Chrome


PVD Chrome


Satin Black


Satin Black Machined Face


Silver

  • Anthracite: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a anthracite powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Anthracite with a Fine Machined Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The process includes an anthracite powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. The lip of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method creates a fine machined aluminum appearance on the lip of the wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Black: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a black powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel. .

  • Black with a Machined Face: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a Black powder coat applied to the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Black Machined Face with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a Black powder coat applied to the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. Finally, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metallization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer with a bright chrome appearance, giving this wheel a very professional appearance.

  • Black with a Fine Machined Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a black powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. The lip of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method creates a fine machined aluminum appearance on the lip of the wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Black Red Stripe: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a black powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Black with a Stainless Steel Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a Black powder coat foundation. Two layers of clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat. The presence of a stainless steel lip contributes to the innovative appearance of this exclusive Morxchn design. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of this wheel.

  • Black with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a black powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel. Upon completion of powder coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Bronze: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a bronze powder coat foundation. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat.

  • Chrome: Chrome is a brilliant and durable finish that, with a little care, can stand the test of time. A classic chrome finish is accomplished in a three step plating process. The first layer of plating is copper which adheres to the wheel and creates a smooth foundation. The second is nickel, providing hardness and durability. The final layer is chrome, which creates a bright cosmetic finish.

  • Chrome with Black Insert: Chrome is a classic and durable finish that, with a little care, can stand the test of time. A classic chrome finish is accomplished in a three step plating process. The first layer of plating is copper, which adheres to the wheel and creates a smooth foundation. The second is nickel, providing hardness and durability. The final layer is chrome, which creates the bright cosmetic finish. Once the finish is complete an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a matte paint process. The end result is a striking contrast and an eye-catching wheel.

  • Chrome with Black Insert: Chrome is a classic and durable finish that, with a little care, can stand the test of time. A classic chrome finish is accomplished in a three step plating process. The first layer of plating is copper, which adheres to the wheel and creates a smooth foundation. The second is nickel, providing hardness and durability. The final layer is chrome, which creates the bright cosmetic finish. Once the finish is complete an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a matte paint process. The end result is a striking contrast and an eye-catching wheel.

  • Chrome with Chrome Insert: Chrome is a classic and durable finish that, with a little care, can stand the test of time. A classic chrome finish is accomplished in a three step plating process. The first layer of plating is copper, which adheres to the wheel and creates a smooth foundation. The second is nickel, providing hardness and durability. The final layer is chrome, which creates the bright cosmetic finish. Once the finish is complete an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metallization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer with a bright chrome appearance, giving this wheel a beautiful chrome on chrome appearance.

  • Gloss Black: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a black powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Gunmetal: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a gunmetal powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Gunmetal with a machined face: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a gunmetal powder coat applied to the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the gunmetal powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Gunmetal Machined Face with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a gunmetal powder coat applied to the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the gunmetal powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. Finally, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metallization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer with a bright chrome appearance, giving this wheel an impressive appearance.

  • Gunmetal with a Fine Machined Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a gunmetal powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. The lip of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method creates a fine machined aluminum appearance on the lip of the wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel.

  • Gunmetal with a Stainless Steel Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a Gunmetal powder coat foundation. Two layers of clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat. The presence of a stainless steel lip contributes to the innovative appearance of this exclusive Morxchn design. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of this wheel.

  • Gunmetal with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process includes a gunmetal powder coat foundation followed by two layers of clear coat, not a one stage enamel. This is the correct way to finish a wheel. They have an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the additional layer of clear coat. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of the wheel. Upon completion of powder coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Hyper Black: The hyper black finish can vary widely on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. The brightness of the hyper black finish can vary widely from wheel to wheel.

  • Hyper Black with a Machined Face: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a black powder coat foundation. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Hyper Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Hyper Black Machined Face with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a black powder coat foundation. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Hyper Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat and aluminum face. Finally, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metallization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer with a bright chrome appearance, giving this wheel a beautiful two-tone appearance.

  • Hyper Black with a Fine Machined Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. The lip of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method creates a fine machined aluminum appearance on the lip of the wheel. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Hyper Black with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance. Upon completion of powder coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Hyper Black with Satin Black Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper black. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance. Upon completion of powder coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a matte paint process. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Hyper Silver: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper silver. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Hyper Silver with a Fine Machined Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper silver. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. The lip of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method creates a fine machined aluminum appearance on the lip of the wheel. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • Hyper Silver with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a black powder coat foundation. This is followed by a translucent silver which allows the black foundation to become visible through the silver, producing the color hyper silver. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat. This wheel has a very professional appearance. Upon completion of powder coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Machined Aluminum with Textured Inlay: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the use of the highest quality aluminum available. The quality of the aluminum, machining and polishing process determines the shine of the wheel. Then using state of the art technology, a texture is applied to the surface of the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the textured aluminum surface in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. This wheel has a very professional appearance.

  • High Polished Aluminum These wheels are manufactured with the highest quality aluminum. The quality of the aluminum, machining and polishing process determines the shine of the wheel. They have a absolutely brilliant sheen giving the wheel an almost chrome appearance.

  • Polished Painted Inlay: These wheels are manufactured with the highest quality aluminum. The quality of the aluminum, machining and polishing process determines the shine of the wheel. They have a brilliant sheen giving the wheel an almost chrome appearance. The finish on the painted inlay begins with a silver powder coat foundation. The last phase is the application of clear coat. The result is an absolutely beautiful finish with a superior sheen due to the clear coat on both the aluminum and paint. A photograph cannot truly capture the beautiful finish of this wheel.

  • PVD Midnight Black Chrome: A unique, deep dark reflective finish not possible with a traditional chrome plating process. Our Midnight Black Chrome is the darkest Black Chrome finish on the market.  If you are looking for black wheels, the deep rich reflective mirror like qualities of our Midnight Black Chrome to will your ride apart from the crowd. The color is very consistent and reflects differently with each wheel design. This durable coating process is more environmentally friendly than traditional plating with no harmful chemicals to dispose of in the manufacturing process.

  • PVD Black Chrome with Chrome Insert: PVD coating is a vacuum deposition process that has received increasing use in recent years and is no longer seen as a laboratory process. It has been scaled up to handle large complex part geometries at an affordable cost. Many companies have realized benefits from converting their product from electroplating to PVD coating. Coatings can be deposited from room temperature to as high as 500 degrees Celsius depending on the substrate and the application. The PVD process provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion up to six times greater in some cases, wider choice of materials to be deposited and there are no harmful chemicals to dispose of. Due to the nature of the processing, some inclusions (air bubbles and/or fish eyes) may appear on each wheel in the clear coat. These inclusions are normal. Inclusions are not considered to be a defect and do not effect the longevity of the chrome finish. Because PVD coating is more environmentally friendly and chemical disposal costs are minimal, the cost of PVD coating and electroplating is very close on some products. Upon completion of PVD coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • PVD Chrome: PVD coating is a vacuum deposition process that has received increasing use in recent years and is no longer seen as a laboratory process. It has been scaled up to handle large complex part geometries at an affordable cost. Many companies have realized benefits from converting their product from electroplating to PVD coating. Coatings can be deposited from room temperature to as high as 500 degrees Celsius depending on the substrate and the application. The PVD process provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion up to six times greater in some cases, wider choice of materials to be deposited and there are no harmful chemicals to dispose of. Due to the nature of the processing, some inclusions (air bubbles and/or fish eyes) may appear on each wheel in the clear coat. These inclusions are normal. Inclusions are not considered to be a defect and do not effect the longevity of the chrome finish. Because PVD coating is more environmentally friendly and chemical disposal costs are minimal, the cost of PVD coating and electroplating is very close on some products.

  • PVD Chrome with Black Chrome Insert: PVD coating is a vacuum deposition process that has received increasing use in recent years and is no longer seen as a laboratory process. It has been scaled up to handle large complex part geometries at an affordable cost. Many companies have realized benefits from converting their product from electroplating to PVD coating. Coatings can be deposited from room temperature to as high as 500 degrees Celsius depending on the substrate and the application. The PVD process provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion up to six times greater in some cases, wider choice of materials to be deposited and there are no harmful chemicals to dispose of. Due to the nature of the processing, some inclusions (air bubbles and/or fish eyes) may appear on each wheel in the clear coat. These inclusions are normal. Inclusions are not considered to be a defect and do not effect the longevity of the chrome finish. Because PVD coating is more environmentally friendly and chemical disposal costs are minimal, the cost of PVD coating and electroplating is very close on some products. Upon completion of PVD coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel.

  • PVD Chrome with Chrome Insert: PVD coating is a vacuum deposition process that has received increasing use in recent years and is no longer seen as a laboratory process. It has been scaled up to handle large complex part geometries at an affordable cost. Many companies have realized benefits from converting their product from electroplating to PVD coating. Coatings can be deposited from room temperature to as high as 500 degrees Celsius depending on the substrate and the application. The PVD process provides a more uniform deposit, improved adhesion up to six times greater in some cases, wider choice of materials to be deposited and there are no harmful chemicals to dispose of. Due to the nature of the processing, some inclusions (air bubbles and/or fish eyes) may appear on each wheel in the clear coat. These inclusions are normal. Inclusions are not considered to be a defect and do not effect the longevity of the chrome finish. Because PVD coating is more environmentally friendly and chemical disposal costs are minimal, the cost of PVD coating and electroplating is very close on some products. Upon completion of PVD coating, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metalization process where the evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer that has a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a refined look for your vehicle.

  • Satin Black: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a black powder coat foundation. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat.

  • Satin Black with a Machined Face: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with a Satin Black powder coat applied to the wheel. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Satin Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. The final stage consists of two layers of clear coat, giving this wheel a beautiful and unique look.

  • Satin Black with a Stainless Steel Lip: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a black powder coat foundation. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat. The presence of a stainless steel lip contributes to lavished appearance of this exclusive Morxchn design. The photograph does not depict the superior finish of this wheel.

  • Satin Black Machined Face with Chrome Insert: The finish on this wheel is achieved through several different phases. The finishing process begins with the application of a black powder coat foundation. The face of the wheel is then precision machined using a coolant and ceramic bit. This method leaves the Black powder coat in the recessed areas between the spokes while creating a fine machined aluminum appearance on the face of the wheel. Two layers of non-gloss clear coat are then applied, providing a seamless satin appearance as well as offering excellent protection to the powder coat and aluminum face. Finally, an injection molded polymer insert is applied to the wheel. This insert is coated using a vacuum metallization process where evaporated aluminum particles adhere to the polymer and condense to form a uniform layer with a bright chrome appearance. This state of the art technology provides a truly refined look for your vehicle.