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Popular Rim Brands We Offer For Your Bentley:
Keep in mind we offer extensive selections of other brands as well, these are just our most popular aftermarket Bentley rims. If you are searching for a specific, hard to find Bentley rim - Please don't hesitate to call into the shop at: (909) 869-5681! You may also be enthralled to learn that at our Pomona location we also repair Bentley wheels. Whether it's a crack, bend, or unsightly curb rash our professionals can get your Bentley wheel back to looking like new.
In accordance with law and safety standards, all of our aftermarket wheels meet or exceed the demanding standards of ISO, JWL, and VIA. Buy with confidence knowing that you and all that ride in your Bentley are riding on safe wheels and tires! Please note that all Bentley vehicles are heavy. We will need to verify load ratings on any Bentley Wheel shown above for anything smaller than 20" size.
Why Choose Nitrous Garage For My Aftermarket Bentley Rims?
Founded in 2002, we have over 10 years experience setting up Bentleys and other high-end makes.
Buy confidently. Get the best price from us, especially when you opt to have your Bentley Wheels & Tire package installed at our Pomona location.
• Founded in 2002, we have over 10 years experience setting up Bentleys and other high-end makes.
• Buy confidently. Get the best price from us, especially when you opt to have your Bentley Wheels & Tire package installed at our Pomona location.
• Many styles seen above we stock at our Pomona location!
• We stop at nothing to make our customers happy! See our eBay account that has 100% customer satisfaction!
• We can offer you incentives such as free mounting and balancing on Bentley wheel and tire packages. All the work is done in house while you wait to have your Bentley wheels or Bentley tires installed.
How to Select Which Wheel is Best For You:
With so many Bentley wheel choices out there it's hard to know which one is right for you. Most Bentley owners opt for a set of gravity or low pressure cast wheels, because they are the least expensive. If you are the type of Bentley Continental owner that wants only the best on their vehicle then you will want to look at 2 and 3 piece forged wheels, as these wheels allow you to choose the exact fitment and finish. See below for an explanation of the different Bentley wheel manufacturing methods.
Gravity/Low Pressure Cast Bentley Wheels:
Casting of an aluminum alloy is the easiest, and most common way to form a rim. Since it's the simplest way of form a Bentley wheel, it is also the lowest priced. During this process molten aluminum is poured into a mold then allowed to cast by either gravity or by the application of pressure (low pressure casting). Gravity casted wheels typically weigh the most because they require more metal to achieve the same strength of a low pressure casted wheel. The pressure applied while casting to a low pressure cast wheel creates a denser rim which also means it is stronger. We recommend going with at least low pressure cast wheels on your Bentley due to the sheer weight of the vehicle.
Forged Bentley Wheels:
Forging a piece of billet aluminum into a finished Bentley rim takes much more energy, time, and expensive machinery, but also provides an end wheel that is much stronger. Although a forged Bentley wheel is more expensive it does posses superior qualities than that of a cast wheel. Without sacrificing anything a forged wheel provides an end product that is stronger, and weighs around 20% less than a cast wheel would. Forged wheel should be the choice of the Bentley Continental owner who wants only the best for their vehicle, or one who wants to choose their specific finish options.
Other Bentley Rim Construction Methods:
Flow forming, also called rotary forging is one other popular construction method that is used in the Bentley wheel industry. This method utilizes special hydraulic rollers to form the barrel and spokes of the wheel, very similar to the way a forged wheel is created. This manufacturing process is seen by us at Nitrous Garage as a happy medium between forged wheels, and cast wheels. A Bentley owner who seeks a lightweight wheel but doesn't need the added customization of a fully forged wheel.