We just finished another set of our Torque concave 3 piece wheels. The wheels are finished with our brushed satin and polished two-tone and are built on our deep concave center forging. One of the nice things about our concave wheels is the large brake caliper clearance. If a customer is running a 4 piston or six piston willwood brake or baer brake, our concave forged wheels will clear without a problem. Another nice feature about our concave wheel profile is the large cross section thickness, which gives us the ability to machine a thin spoke and still keep a high wheel load rating. This helps us make really strong light weight wheels. Boze has been building forged wheels for over 20 years and we’re seeing a lot of our customer go to our concave designs. This set of Torque wheels is going on a pro touring mustang for a customer in Florida. Check back here in a few weeks and we’ll have pictures of this set of wheels on the customers car.
Boze is proud to introduce our new “Performance Series” line of wheels. The performance series are light weight wheels made from the finest 6061 T6 forged aluminum. These stepped-lip 2 piece wheels are designed for muscle car and pro touring applications. The Step lip design not only looks good but helps reduce overall wheel weight. We build these wheels with a convex profile center forging so clearing large brakes is not a problem, whether it be a large Wilwood brake, Baer brake or any other large brake manufacturer. These performance forged wheels are available in diameters 17″, 18″, 19″ and 20″. The wheels pictured below are finished with brushed satin centers and high polished lips, this is just one of the many finishes we offer. Some of our other popular finishes are ceramic matte bronze, matte gun metal, and satin black powder coat. All of our wheels are custom built so if you have a Hotchkis suspension, TCI suspension, Detroit Speed Suspension, Ridetech suspension or any other pro touring chassis, our wheels can be build with any backspace to accommodate the proper fitment. If you’re building a pro-touring restomod, classic truck, or any other type of classic car, these are the wheels for you!
Once again Mike Mclin and the crew at The Restomod Store knock it out of the park with another amazing build! This 1967 Pro Touring chevelle rolls on a Schwartz Performance chassis matched with Ridetech airbag suspension, Wilwood disc brakes, and Boze Intake forged wheels. The front wheels are 18×8″ and the rear wheels are 18×10″. Mike chose our brushed satin and polish two-tone finish to give the wheels some bling but also highlight the accents of each spoke. For tires Mike’s running Nitto 555’s. Inside Mike’s running Dakota Digital gauges Clayton Machine Works billet goodies, and a full Kenwood audio system. Be sure to keep a look out for this Street Machine at a show near you in the future.
When it comes to an awesome Pro Touring Mopar, this 1970 Hemi Cuda is absolutetly flawless! This Hemi powered Barracuda was built by Rasmus Porsager of Denmark. He spent years building this car. We built a set of our Boze 3 piece Shifter wheels in sizes 20×8.5 for the front and 20×12 for the rear. The tires are Michelin PS2 in sizes 235/35ZR20 front and 335/35ZR20 rear. The forged wheel centers are finished with our charcoal T powder coat, and the wheel lips have a brushed satin finish. For suspension Rasmus chose Reilly Motorsports along with RideTech airride adjustable shocks. Now what sits under this beast is a 9.4 liter aluminum engine built by For Hemis Only. With so much power under the hood you’re going to need some serious stopping power. For brakes Rasmus chose wilwood 6 piston for the front and 12″ 4 piston for the back. The driveline in this beast is a Chris Alston Fab9. This is one of those Pro Touring builds that really raises the bar on quality and perfection!
Check out this beautiful 1967 mustang fastback rolling on Bozeforged wheels. This 1967 Pro Touring Fastback is sitting on 18×8 and 19×10 Boze polished Injected wheels wrapped in BFG tires. A few other features on this Pro-Touring mustang are Wilwood brakes, Chassisworks suspension, and a 545 cubic inch ford V8.
Check out this Awesome 1966 Pro Touring Chevelle. We built a set of our Traction concave wheels for this beauty. We used a shallow Concave wheel on the front and a deep Concave wheel on the back and finished the wheels in brushed satin. The sizes are 19×8 and 20×10. The wilwood brakes tuck nicely behind those forged wheels. Be sure to contact Bozeforged for your chevelle wheels!