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What is the difference between steel and alloy wheels?

Alloy wheels are made from a composite of different types of metal, whereas steel wheels are just that, steel. While alloys may look cooler, steel wheels are much more durable.

How much should I expect to pay for a set of custom wheels?

That depends a lot on the make and model of the wheels. Inexpensive alloy wheels can be purchased through nearly any parts store. However, true custom wheels can often cost several thousand dollars.

What are some characteristics of racing wheels?

Racing wheels are designed for two things; strength and speed. The hard maneuvering and braking that is inherent in racing demands wheels that are extremely strong. And of course, a since speed is an essential element of any race, these wheels must be fast.

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