JNC wheels are made from the finest materials available, and come shipped to you pre-cleared ready to install. Yes, JNC wheels are flow formed for extra strength and durability. A wheel is a circular component that is intended to rotate.
What are JNC wheels?
JNC wheels, also known as Japanese Neo Chrome wheels, meet the highest standards in the industry. With over 10 years of research and development, and a dedicated focus on quality and style, we continue to push our boundaries while keeping our heritage strong.
JNC was born out of passion for all things automotive. With a desire to offer premium quality wheels with outstanding design and style.
What are JNC wheels made of?
JNC wheels are 100% forged aluminum alloy. For strength, durability and reliability over the life of your wheel, forged wheel blanks which have been flow formed for extra strength and durability makes more sense than a cast wheel. They have been tested to withstand some of the harshest conditions on earth from our yearly extreme testing in the Death Valley to our weekly testing on the 8.8 mile long skid pad which produces 1.5g+ of force at 60mph.
JNC wheels are 100% TUV approved JWL and VIA certified, as well as ISO/TS16949:2002 Quality Management Systems Certified. We have the latest equipment and technology to ensure that all of our wheels are manufactured to the highest possible standards.
What is flow forming?
Flow Forming is a process used to create lightweight, ultra high-strength rims that are stronger and lighter than cast aluminum alloy wheels. Utilizing a centrifugal-force method during the molding process, this process uses less material as it gradually increases from the center of the wheel to the outer lip of the rim. This is why JNC wheels weigh 20-30% less than traditional cast alloy.
What materials are JNC wheels made from?
JNC Wheels are machined from the finest aluminum alloys using aerospace CNC technology, which allows us to produce extremely light weight high performance custom rims. One of the most important elements in wheel design is weight. The lighter the wheel, the faster the car can go and stop. That’s why JNC forged aluminum alloy wheels are much lighter than steel wheels.
Why buy Japanese Neo Chrome wheels?
Over 10 years of research and development has enabled JNC to meet high standards in terms of design, technology, quality and ease of service. Combined with our passion for all things automotive, our mission is simple: offer custom looks to your car at an affordable price.
JNC Wheels are custom made to fit your car precisely. With over 20 years of experience in the industry our products come with 100% custom fitment guarantees that will provide a long lasting new look for your car. JNC wheels come in multiple finishes, materials and sizes to suit your style and taste.
All of our customers enjoy hassle free install with professional mounting and balancing along with warranty that cover any manufacturer defects or damage issues.
What color options are available?
JNC Wheels come in Anodized Black (gloss or satin), Anodized Bronze, Anodized Chrome and Hyper Silver exclusive to JNC Wheels.
Where are JNC wheels made?
JNC wheels are manufactured by our company in Canada. We pride ourselves on making premium quality custom rims at affordable prices.
How heavy are JNC wheels?
JNC wheels are between 20-30% lighter than cast alloy rims. They are strong and durable to ensure that your car stays on the road for years to come.
What size are the center caps for jnc wheels?
JNC Wheels come with genuine center caps from top name brands such as MOMO, Sparco and OZ Racing. These are designed to fit our JNC rims perfectly.
When you buy JNC wheels do you have to clearcoat them?
When you buy JNC wheels, they come pre-cleared so there is no need to clearcoat them. But if you wish to do so, there are many options available. Most will offer up a good result which enhances the appearance of your ride.
For most JNC wheels, the more preferred clearcoat is a liquid urethane clear. This liquid is sprayed on, allowed to flash, then comes back for a thorough coat from 30 minutes to an hour later depending on how thick you decide to do it.
Which is better JNC or niche wheels?
When choosing a wheel for your car, the first thing you need to determine is what sizes are available already installed on your car or wheels that you are currently selling. JNC offers 4 different offsets (Nissan 350Z/ InfinitiG35, Nissan 240SX/ 180SX Hatchback/ S13 coupe/ S14 coupe/ R32 GTR) and three different sizes (18×9.5, 18×10.5 and 19×11). In order to get the most accurate offset for your vehicle you need to know the factory wheel size of your car.
If you are looking to replace the wheels on your car or for a new set, it is important to know what size your current wheels are before buying. The easiest way to determine the wheel size is to look at the tires installed on your car now. If they are OEM, chances are they will be correct. You can also check the wheel offset with a straight edge and measure to see what size your wheels are.
Offsets range from 0mm (all the way flush with the hub) all the wayout to +40mm (all of the wheel sticking out past the hub). The benefits of going with a more aggressive offset, such as +20mm or higher, is that the wheel is pushed out to fill up more of the fenders for a wider track. A downside to using offsets higher than +40mm is that the wheels will stick out too far and be unpredictable in winter conditions.
JNC Wheels are made from superior materials and come shipped to you pre-cleared ready for installation. Yes, JNC wheels are flow formed for extra strength and durability. A wheel is a circular component that is intended to rotate. When it comes to car wheels,there are many options out there, but when it comes to JNC wheels you can trust that they are made from superior materials. It’s important to know how much weight your car wheel can support in order for it not to fall apart while driving at very high speeds.
When you buy JNC wheels one thing to remember is that the clear coat is pre-cleared so it is not necessary for you to clear coat your JNC wheels when you get them. Also, another important thing to know is that only the front wheels of your car are responsible for steering while the rear wheels are there just for support.