I've always believed that building a car was a way of creating an extension of yourself. The same reason someone takes a photo, or paints a portrait, people build cars. When I bought my first car, my only thought was "how can I make this mine?" I would save every dollar possible to put towards modifying my car and one modification always stayed a top priority; the wheels. Whether it was my 1976 Datsun 280Z with Atara Pisangs or 1992 Mitsubishi VR4 with Volk TE37's , I aimed to build a car that represented me. The joys, and sometimes the horrors of building a car are finding the parts that work for your vehicle. More specifically, which wheels fit your vehicle perfectly.
Sounds easy, right? Wrong. It didn't take long for me to figure out how difficult it was to find the perfect fitment for my vehicle. You could spend hours upon hours on forums and end up with more questions than you started with. Questions about hub bore, bolt pattern, offset, width, backspacing, diameter, and brake clearance never seemed to end. Even after the research and deciding what "fit," how would you know what it looked like on your car? It was easy to see there was a problem.
That was when the Fitment Industries gallery was born.
- Alex Martinez, Lead Operations
Our Team will live and breathe custom vehicles and wheel fitment, by being passionate leaders in the custom car and truck culture. This will never be a JOB. We will inspire each other, we will live the enthusiasts lifestyle.
Lead the wheel fitment revolution on a bad ass LIFE journey!
Our Core Values
Be willing to teach.
Be willing to learn.
Appreciate and Celebrate.
Show respect, No secrets.
Be your biggest fan!