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Wheel Gallery declares war on fake mags

With the popularity and price exclusivity of Wheel Gallery’s Black Rhino wheels, faking it is not the sincerest form of flattery. Aside from being unsafe and having a different metallurgy and engineering compared to the original Black Rhino wheels from the USA, the proliferation of fake wheels circulating the local market, specifically in provincial resellers pose as a danger to the consumers.

Original Black Rhino wheels have been subjected to stringent testing and have the stamp of approval and quality by certifying organizations in the United States. “All of our wheels have been engineered and designed to be both street and off-road friendly. As a responsible service oriented company, we would like to express our concerns about fake Black Rhino wheels because these might smash or break at any given time,” explains Eric Bravo of Wheel Gallery. “Always look at the fit and finish of the wheels before buying them, or better yet, get in touch with us to find out if the dealer you are buying from is a certified Black Rhino dealer,” adds Bravo. Wheel Gallery is the exclusive domestic distributor of Black Rhino wheels. 

Original Black Rhino wheels are precision machined and mechanically chiseled which give off their signature tough as nails look and feel. Black Rhino wheels are aggressively sized, with fitments for 17x9, 18x9, 20x9 and up to 22x12, all with oversized lips to provide a sturdy bead seat for the big fat tires and to haul heavy loads and overcome the rugged terrain with the lease amount of effort. All wheels are either hub centric or supplied with centering rings to ensure a smooth vibration free ride. Spot the real thing at  the Black Rhino website and showrooms.

Topics: Wheel Gallery , Black Rhino wheels , fake mags , Original Black Rhino
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