What You Need To Know About 15 Rims
Alloy wheels are wheels designed and created especially for cars which are made from alloy of aluminum and magnesium. Usually they are lighter but have the same strength and give a better heat conduction thanks to the metals used and also, the most important element in visualizing is the cosmetic aspect which is improved in comparison to common wheels. The earliest alloy wheels ever made contained magnesium. Even if they weren’t so solicitated among common car users anymore they remained popular during the 1960s. Nowadays, most aluminum wheels had problems with the low ductility which used to range between 2-3% elongation.
With 15 rims it is not anymore about brittleness. In the following decades “mags” or aluminum-magnesium alloy had casting improvements and were adopted widely while taking a comfortable place as low cost high performance wheels used for motorsports. Wheel size is the diameter of the wheel in inches (centimeters, if you’re using the metric system) where the beads of the tire sit on the wheel. The new modern tires are measured in association to their size specified by tire codes. The last two digits in that code refer to the actual size in inches (e.g. 15 rims). The overall circumference of 15 rims would then increase by simply increasing the tire’s specifications too. As an example if one increases the width of the tire, then the circumference will increase since the side wall height is a proportional length. By increasing the aspect proportion the height of the tire would increase too and hence the circumference. A dub for instance is a wheel which measure 20 inches or more in diameter. This term is commonly used in slang language for “twenty” and is an abbreviation for double-deuces or 22 in wheels. In this category, DUB Magazine has articles for its viewers related to urban vehicles and their owners.