Decent, but you can do better.
Reviewed By Phil M (SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda 6 —1/7/2015 12:02 AM
These wheels are decently priced, stylish, and are OK for daily driving. They are not the best quality wheels and you will be better off saving a few hundred dollars and buying something of better quality. It is more cost effective to replace this rim than repair it. That alone should tell you something. I've had one crack on me on the highway after hitting a nasty pot hole. I've had other wheels (ROH for example) that took a beating and them some.
Not too excited about them...
Reviewed By David D (SAINT MARYS, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado —9/21/2014 6:37 AM
First thing out of the box, they look OK, some slight blemishes in the black chrome finish. After installing with the proper McGard socket and running my new wheels, 2 days later rust developed around the spline areas from where the socket tool engaged the lugs. I would expect a $20 socket to have a better fit. Also, I am confused about the cone seat area...it is supposed to spin freely so your wheels don't get marked up during install, but after torquing my wheels once, none of the seats turn freely anymore. Not sure if this is normal at all, but obviously next time I take them off, the design feature of the free-spinning seat is no longer useful? Overall, not worth the $180+ shelled out for a set of lugs