Concave 10 Curve Spoke Alloy Wheels / Rims | 20x10 BD-23 | Gloss Black w/ Chrome Lip
Blaque Diamond Wheels launched in 2009, as a subsidiary of its parent company, Hipnotic Wheels. With their experience, skill and knowledge of wheel design, they created one of the most innovative aftermarket wheel brands on the market. Passion and pride is the key to their development and this extends throughout the entire Blaque Diamond product line.
Their unique designs are engineered and manufactured under the strictest standards and rigorous testing methods ensure each and every wheel passes a strict quality control regime. Their wheels range from 19″ to 24″ in staggered fitments.
Available Bolt Pattern:
5 x 112 | 5 x 114.3 | 5 x 115 | 5 x 120
*Please Be Sure to Specify Desired Bolt Pattern
Blaque Diamond Wheels warrants to the original retail purchaser that wheels will be free of structural, manufacturing, or material defects, if used under normal and intended use as long as the original retail purchaser owns the product. Invoice or bill of sale in the name of the original purchaser shall be proof of original ownership. This warranty is not transferable. Every Blaque Diamond Wheels product is put through rigorous quality control procedures and testing. All Blaque Diamond Wheels purchased after Jan 1st 2014, offer a three-year cosmetic warranty and a lifetime structural warranty. Warranty claims must be processed through the original dealer or distributor that the wheels were purchased from.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO:
- Wheels NOT purchased from an approved, authorized dealer.
- Wheels that have not been installed in accordance to the Blaque Diamond Wheels installation guide.
- Any damage or defect caused by abuse, mistreatment, neglect or accident.
- Any damage or defect caused by racing, off road use or by road hazard impact.
- Wheels that have been altered repaired or modified in any way by the consumer.
- The wheels are used with any hardware such as spacers or adapters, other than those supplied by Blaque Diamond Wheels.
- Wheels installed with incorrect tire sizes or used with excessive vehicle loads or incorrect hardware installation.
- Wheel corrosion or cosmetic flaws occurring after purchase due to chemicals, caustic cleaning agents, climate conditions or neglect.
- Pitting, fading or discoloration caused by lack of maintenance, neglect or using incorrect cleaning agents.
Wheels damaged by shipping or handling- Inspect shipments and contact your dealer immediately and have them notify Blaque Diamond Wheels if any products are damaged. Do NOT install wheels on car, Do NOT mount tires on wheels if wheels are damaged upon arrival. Blaque Diamond Wheels will claim Shipping damages with the delivery carrier.
The Blaque Diamond Wheels Warranty is valid only to the original consumer or purchaser of the wheels. In a case of Warranty Claim, the wheels must be returned to Blaque Diamond Wheels for inspection for possible Manufacturer defect, freight charges must be PREPAID by the product owner, once the product is inspected by Blaque Diamond Wheels and determined to be a manufacturer defect, Blaque Diamond Wheels will replace or repair the damaged wheels at no charge, If the product is inspected and determined that the cause of the damage is not a manufacturer defect, then the customer will be responsible for all repair, replacements and all shipping charges. This Warranty does not cover removal or installation expense.
How to Measure Bolt Patterns
How to Measure Wheel Offset
The offset of a vehicle's wheel is the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the plane of the hub-mounting surface of the wheel. It can thus be either positive or negative, and is typically measured in millimeters. Offset has a significant effect on many elements of a vehicle's suspension, including suspension geometry, clearance between the tire and suspension elements, the scrub radius of the steering system, and visually, the width of the wheel faces relative to the car's bodywork.
-Zero Offset - The plane of the hub mounting surface is even with the centerline of the wheel.
-Positive Offset - The plane of the hub mounting surface is shifted from the centerline toward the front or outside of the wheel. Positive offset wheels are generally found on front wheel drive cars and newer rear drive cars.
-Negative Offset - The plane of the hub mounting surface is toward the back or brake side of the wheel's centerline.
For example, a vehicle with a bolt pattern of (5 x 120) means this vehicle's hub has five bolts or lugs, which measure 120 millimeters apart from one another diagonally. Below is a chart on how to measure bolt patterns.