How much does shipping cost?
Shipping is completely free within the Continental United States on all wheels. Alaska and Hawaii incur a flat shipping fee of $200.
What payment methods are accepted?
We accept all major credit cards, Apple Pay, and PayPal.
How long does delivery take for cast wheels?
If in stock, cast wheels ship within 24 hours. We ship with UPS ground. Tracking will be provided the same day it ships so you can see what the expected delivery date is. The average time is 2-3 days, but some locations may take up to 5 days.
How long does delivery take for forged wheels or custom-built wheels?
Both forged and custom-built wheels take about 2-4 weeks to ship depending on order volume and your desired wheel configuration. Some orders will take slightly longer. Tracking will be provided the same day it ships so you can see what the expected delivery date is and track it's journey. Once it ships, the average delivery time is about 3 business days, but some locations may take up to 7 business days.
How long does delivery take for accessories?
Accessories such as center caps take 1-4 days to ship. Tracking will be available once the parts ship.
Will a signature be required for delivery?
Yes. We always require a signature for proof of delivery to help protect everyone from theft.
What is a custom build?
All forged wheels are considered a custom build since they are made to order. Any customization to cast wheels, such as a custom finish, are also considered a custom build as they have to be produced to your spec.
Can I alter, return, exchange, or cancel a custom build?
No. Custom builds cannot be altered, returned, exchanged, or canceled once the payment is made. Only full payments are accepted to begin a custom build.
What do all of the wheel options mean?
We understand there are many options when choosing to build a custom forged wheel. We did our best to break down what each means on our Wheel Options page.
What size wheel should I order?
There are many factors at play here. The first factor is your vehicle. It's always a good rule of thumb to know the factory wheel size and specs (or your car's current wheel size) so that you can use that as a reference. Other factors include the overall appearance you'd like to achieve, which includes body modifications. Will you be widening your fenders or rolling them? Are you going for a flush look? What size tire do you want to run? Some people prefer a stretched tire while others prefer a beefy tire. Lastly, what type of alignment are you wanting to run on the car? For example, you may want to run more negative camber than usual. Ultimately, the choice is yours. It's always recommended that you research your vehicle and see what sizes others are running on the same car. This will give you some different options and help you make a decision.
Are there any tools for helping me calculate the wheel size?
Definitely. Try this online calculator: http://www.willtheyfit.com
Why can't I find my size in a certain type of wheel?
The construction of the wheel sometimes dictates what sizes are available. Our website is set up to automatically show the available options as you begin to customize your wheel.
I can't find a specific Rotiform cast wheel but I know it exists. How come?
Some of Rotiform's cast wheels have been discontinued. We keep our website updated so that we only show the remaining sizes available in those wheels. As Rotiform runs out, we ensure our website reflects this. You will see many websites have discontinued wheels still listed. Keep an eye out though as we usually run promotions and discount the remaining few wheels that are being discontinued.
Do you really have the lowest pricing available on Rotiform wheels?
Yes. We sell all Rotiform wheels at the MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) allowed by Rotiform. Dealers are not supposed to ever list Rotiform wheels below this price. This maintains the integrity of the Rotiform product and allows an even playing field for all dealers. Lastly, we ensure we have the lowest price by offering free shipping on all orders within the Continental United States. That means all states in the US except Hawaii and Alaska.
I'm unable to add wheels to my cart. What can I do?
As you select options on the wheel's product page, other options may appear or disappear. Make sure all options have been selected before adding to your shopping cart.
Is the price per wheel, or for a set of four?
The prices shown are per wheel. Many vehicles need a staggered fitment, which are two different wheel sizes.
What is the difference between forged and cast wheels?
Cast— Low pressure casting uses positive pressure to move the molten aluminum into the mold quicker and achieve a finished product that has improved mechanical properties (more density) over a gravity cast wheel. There is a slightly higher production cost over gravity casting, but low pressure casting is the most common process approved for aluminum wheels sold to the O.E.M. market. Some companies offer wheels that are produced under a higher pressure in special casting equipment to create a wheel that is lighter and stronger than a wheel produced in low pressure, but there's a higher cost associated with the process. Low pressure cast wheels offer a good value for the aftermarket while still maintaining strength and a lighter weight.
Forged— Forging is the process of forcing a solid billet of aluminum between the forging dies under an extreme amount of pressure. This creates a finished product that is very dense, very strong and therefore are very light. The costs of tooling, development, equipment, etc., make this type of wheel very exclusive and usually demand a high price in the aftermarket.