Autoblog Night Watch: How alloy wheels are made
Rays Engineering makes some of our favorite wheels. They're clean, simple, stupid light and are more than willing to take the abuse of both day-to-day driving and track assaults. All those attributes come at a price, however, and our last set of TE37s took a significant toll on our bank account. Now that we've seen how Volk makes their exotic rollers, we feel a bit more justified in dropping that amount of coin. Forged wheels rock and this video explains why.
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