Alcoa Launches Three New Wheel Lines for Full-Size Trucks

Alcoa Automotive Wheels, a Cleveland, Ohio-based business of Alcoa, today announced the expansion of its aftermarket catalog to include three new wheel lines for full-size trucks.

Alcoa now offers Discovery Series, Revolver Series and Xtreme Series for current and late-model full-size trucks, including Chevrolet and GMC 2500/3500, Dodge 2500/3500 and Ford F-250/350.

Each wheel is offered in 20x9, 8-lug fitments with a Dura-Bright technology surface option. Offered for the first time in the aftermarket, Dura-Bright technology is a patented wheel-surface treatment that continually resists brake dust, dirt and road grime allowing drivers to maintain their wheels with minimal maintenance.

Discovery Series features a rounded spoke design to compliment the appearance of full-size trucks used to tow recreational vehicles, including large boats and RVs. Revolver Series, with a split-spoke design, was developed for full-size truck owners who are looking for a forged aluminum wheel to compliment the other appearance upgrades on their trucks. Xtreme Series is ideal for full-size truck owners looking for an aggressive wheel appearance for rugged use. All three wheels feature a deep lip to further accentuate the strong machine detailing on each wheel.

Discovery Series, Revolver Series and Xtreme Series wheels are forged from one piece of 6061-T6 aluminum for increased durability and strength while reducing overall wheel weight for better suspension response and greater fuel economy.

Each wheel delivers as a kit supplied with an Alcoa center cap and matching lug nuts. Alcoa offers a lifetime limited structural warranty on each wheel. A three year warranty is provided on the chrome finish. Dura-Bright technology surface treatment also carries a three-year warranty.

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