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Lets Talk About the Konig Dekagram

Fitment Industries Author | | November 5th, 2018 |

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    Okay, all right.
    What's up you guys? It's Claire back again for Fitment Industries, and we've got another wheel for you today. This is the Konig Dekagram, and it is a very simple, clean look. It's almost straight, 10-spoke wheel, got that stop lip in here and taking a first look at it, it's very clean, very nice. If you're looking for a simplistic, clean look for your car I would definitely recommend this wheel. It's nothin' crazy, but it is very cool-looking. All right, so this wheel was actually introduced this year, in 2018, and it is a rotary-forged wheel, which is good 'cause a lot of you guys don't want those heavier cast wheels, because, as you know, rotary-forged wheels are lighter, they are stronger, they're just a little bit better of a wheel, but they are a little more expensive so keep that in mind. This wheel has that 10-spoke design, it has a little bit of concavity, but, I mean, it's nothin' too crazy. It's got a little stop lip here, and this was actually designed so it can fit cars that have bigger brake calipers, and its also designed to get more air flowing to the brakes to keep them cooler as well. You're gonna see this wheel in only two colors. So you're gonna see this semimatte back color, and then you're also gonna see a gloss bronze. So they didn't really go too crazy on the colors, but it looks like they did pick out two of the most popular colors, I mean, most of us run either black, bronze wheels, so you should be all set with the colors as well. And you can always-- if you get the wheels, you decide you don't like the color, you can always take 'em to get powder-coated, too. And, as far as sizes go, these come in a lot of different sizes, they're gonna range from 15s to 16s, 17s, 18s and even 19s. So if you're lookin' for different sizes for different vehicles, you're gonna see this on a lot of different stuff, and I think it's very easy for that wheel to do that because, again, it doesn't really have a certain look to it. It's not like you look at it and you think, "Oh, this is definitely a Euro wheel" or "Oh, this is definitely a wheel for a JBM car." It's very versatile and universal, which is really cool about it, I think. And as far as widths, they also range from 7 1/2 to 10 1/2 so it's quite a difference there. So like I said, got a lotta choices, this is a good wheel to look into if you're looking for a new setup. As far as bolt patterns go, we're gonna see the ever-popular 5 x 114.3, 5 x 120, 5 x 112, 5 x 100, 5 x 108, 4 x 100, 4 x 108, and 4 x 100. So, it looks like they got sizes, as far as diameter, width and bolt patterns, covered, so you're gonna see these wheels on a lotta different cars out there. And some of you guys might be wondering, "Hey, Claire, so what is the price of one of these wheels?" And you can actually get a set for as low as low as $609 on our website. So that's pretty cool. It's a good brand, it's flow-formed, like I said before, so it's a nicer wheel than most cast wheels, and it's affordable. So if you're lookin' to buy this wheel or any other wheels, tires or suspension, you know what to do, hit the link below: www.fitmentindustries.com. Don't forget to add your car to the gallery and hit that Subscribe button, and we'll see you next time. This has been Claire from Fitment Industries. Peace.