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Forgeline Motorsports Offers New Wheels For Trucks and SUVs

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John Goreham
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com

Forgeline Motorsports, the premium wheel manufacturer known for lightweight and strong forged aluminum wheels have introduced a new wheel for light truck and SUV applications. The new FX1 joins the company's VX1, CV3C, ST3P and VR3P wheels. 

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FX1 wheels are machined from a single forging of 6061-T6 aluminum and designed specifically for truck and SUV applications. We think the Forgeline FX1 precision-machined tapered spoke design looks exceptionally tough.


Forgeline says that the FX1's monoblock forging and computer-simulated FEA design process yield a wheel that is relatively lightweight, stiff and exceptionally strong. In addition to Silverado and Sierra, the FX1 is perfect for 6-lug truck and SUV applications including the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon, Chevrolet Tahoe.

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The FX1  is currently available in 20 and 22-inch diameters with a range of widths and offsets. Features of the FX1 include:
* One-piece forged monoblock construction
* Concave profile
* Multi-dimensional six spoke design
* Rugged machining details
* Thick outer lip with aggressive machined relief pockets
* Designed for 6-lug small truck and SUV applications    
* Lightweight
* Generous brake clearance
* Forged 6061-T6 aluminum
* Includes standard aluminum center cap
* Customizable finish options
* Legendary Forgeline quality and customer service


Check the wheels out at Forgeline's website here. 

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