Illusion rims

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Elliptical Illusion Front Wheel

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Our custom Elite Series Elliptical Illusionwheels are designed for Harley motorcycles & other big brands to “Fit Like a Glove GUARANTEED”!

These custom Elliptical Illusion motorcycle rims come finished in your choice of unfinished, polished, chrome, gloss black, denim black, and contrast cut. Available sizes: 16”, 17″, 18″, 19”, 20″, 21″, 23″, 26″, 30”, 32”, and 34”.

SMT’s custom Harley Davidson motorcycle wheels are all milled from forged billet aluminum DOT certified American-Made blanks. We also offer custom matching air cleaners, pulleys, rotors, cush drive hub and sprockets.

We can even mount on your front wheel an Avon, Metzeler, Shinko or Vee Rubber tire -or- Avon, Metzeler, Michelin, Firehawk, Firestone or Vee Rubber tire on your rear rim.

Air cleaners fit Harley & Indian bikes.

Rotor Options: 11.5″, 11.8″, 13″, floating, solid, 13” rotor kit, and 18” rotor kit.

There is no substitute for the quality, fitment, and design of the custom motorcycle rims you will receive from SMT Machining. Due to the fact that every order is a custom order, please allow 8-10 weeks manufacturing time. This will ensure perfect fitment of your custom wheel.

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Konig Part#SizePCDOffset (mm)FinishCenter BoreConstructionNet Weight (lb)
IL5610038F15X6.54X10038Black/Ball Cut Blue731-Piece14.4
IL5610038515X6.54X10038Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece14.4
IL5610038R15X6.54X10038Black/Ball Cut Red731-Piece14.4
IL5651438515X6.55X114.338Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece14.4
IL7710040517X74X10040Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece18
IL7751040F17X75X10040Black/Ball Cut Blue73.11-Piece18
IL7751040517X75X10040Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece18
IL7751040R17X75X10040Black/Ball Cut Red73.11-Piece18
IL7751140517X75X11040Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece18
IL7751440F17X75X114.340Black/Ball Cut Blue73.11-Piece18
IL7751440517X75X114.340Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece18
IL7751440R17X75X114.340Black/Ball Cut Red73.11-Piece18
IL8851035F18X85X10035Black/Ball Cut Blue73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851035518X85X10035Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851035R18X85X10035Black/Ball Cut Red73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851245518X85X11245Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851435518X85X114.335Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851445F18X85X114.345Black/Ball Cut Blue73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851445518X85X114.345Black/Ball Cut Machine73.11-Piece21.5
IL8851445R18X85X114.345Black/Ball Cut Red73.11-Piece21.5

** Weights are approximates and may vary. **

*** A Profile = Less concave, more caliper clearance. / B Profile = More concave, less caliper clearance (mostly used on rear). **

**** Sizes without a letter are A Profiles**

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Optical Illusion: Car Wheels Going 'Round

JACKI LYDEN, host:

This is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED from NPR News. I'm Jacki Lyden.

We often say that you have to see it to believe it, but sometimes our eyes really do play tricks on us. For today's Science Out of the Box, we look at what optical illusions can teach us about how our brains work.

Our series has inspired a lot of listeners to write in. Today, we'll try to answer two questions about visual phenomena. The first is from Robert Blaskowitz(ph) in St. Louis, Missouri.

Mr. ROBERT BLASKOWITZ (Listener): I've always wondered why, when I'm watching a car accelerate, that its wheels appear to be turning in the right direction for a while but once it reaches a certain speed, the wheels begin to appear to spin backwards.

LYDEN: We'll turn this question over to Steve Ackerman from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He's an atmospheric scientist and a contributor to the University Why Files, as in W-H-Y, a Web site that explains the science behind the news.

So Professor Ackerman, why do car tires sometimes appear to spin backwards?

Professor STEVE ACKERMAN (University of Wisconsin, Madison): It's something we call a stroboscopic effect and it's something that you commonly see in Western movies on television, so we also call it the wagon wheel effect. And it's actually just an optical illusion in which the spoke wheel just appears to rotate differently than the true rotation. And actually it may look like it's rotating faster or not at all or even in, as I was saying, the opposite direction.

And it's illusion that's very similar to what we see with camera strobing that we might see in dance club or a party, when you have a flashing light that kind of freezes dances in a series of images.

If we think of the wagon wheel and we imagine that one of the spokes is painted white and it's pointed straight up - so like at like 12:00 on a clock - if we rotate that wheel at once per second and then we take images once every second, in our minds, it's going to look like that spoke never moved, because it's always going to be pointing at the 12.

If we were to suddenly now start capturing those images faster than once a second, so faster than it's rotating, that white spoke that's pointing up at 12, the next time we see an image, it's not going to make it all the way around, so it's going to be pointing at 11. And then the next image that we take, it's going to be pointing at 10. And so we're going to imagine that it's going to be moving in this counter-clockwise direction instead of the clockwise direction.

LYDEN: So our eyes are taking pictures, in effect.

Prof. ACKERMAN: Yes. Very rapidly.

LYDEN: And then in these little frames, our brain is continuing to piece them together in a little stream.

Prof. ACKERMAN: That's the way that I think of it, yeah.

LYDEN: And in essence, the camera in our brains can't keep up with the spinning spokes, so it appears to us that the spokes are moving backwards. Well, Professor Ackerman, another mystery demystified. Thank you.

Prof. ACKERMAN: Thank you. This was a pleasure.

LYDEN: You can read other science answers by the Why Files at whyfiles.org, and you can submit your own Science Out of the Box questions on our Web site, NPR.org.

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BLACK SABBATH (1972) - Wheels Of Confusion

Konig Wheels Illusion - Black/Ball Cut Red Rim

KONIG is currently one of the most recognizable aftermarket wheel brands in the world. For over 30 years Konig has set their standards high and watched enthusiasts from all over the world embrace not only their wheel styles but also the lifestyle that comes along with them. The story of K_nig is far more then all the wheels we have made. The real story of K_nig is about car enthusiasts who are behind every design, every wheel, and every aspect of the automotive tuning lifestyle.

KÖNIG is currently one of the most recognizable aftermarket wheel brands in the world. For over 35 years Konig has set their standards high and watched enthusiasts from all over the world embrace not only their wheel styles but also the lifestyle that comes along with them. The story of König is far more then all the wheels we have made. The real story of König is about car enthusiasts who are behind every design, every wheel, and every aspect of the automotive tuning lifestyle. Konig is best known as a leader and a driving force behind the evolution of the sport compact community. For 35 years Konig has produced some of the highest quality aftermarket wheels in the world. Konig started out as a company focused on developing wheels for kids accessorizing import vehicle for the first time. After decades of track proven and street driven success, Konig has grown into a company that produces wheels for many vehicle segments, to countries all over the world and to the largest wheel and tires dealers in the world.

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