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The cutting-edge wheel designs used by TIS wheels are renowned for their ingenuity and dedication to enhancing vehicle performance. Modern engineering and design techniques are used by their team to minimise weight and enhance handling, acceleration, and the driving experience, TIS aftermarket wheels prioritise useful design aspects including deep concave profiles, strengthened beadlocks, and accurate offsets. TIS has a history of innovation and a commitment to serving the requirements of car enthusiasts, and it keeps raising the bar for the aftermarket wheel sector.

TIS aftermarket wheels, short for Twenty Inches Strong, are built using the latest advances in wheel technology and fine-tuned for stock and lifted fitments. These stylish custom rims come with robust, striking designs to complement today's trucks, Jeeps, and SUVs. Whether a sleek street rim or an aggreesive offroad wheel, TIS custom wheels are an astounding choice for today's truck and SUV enthusiasts!

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Are TIS Wheels a good rim?

Yes, TIS wheels are a reputable brand that produces high-quality products, so they are a good option if you're looking for an attractive and durable rim.

Who owns TIS Wheels?

Myles KovacsOwns TIS Wheels and is the founder of DUB Publishing Inc.

How long have TIS Wheels been around?

TIS Wheels was founded in 2001.

Are TIS Wheels American made?

The company is based out of Santa Fe Springs, California

How are TIS Wheels measured?

At the lip of the wheel lay a straightedge across the back. Measuring from the straightedge to the flange (wheel center and lug holes). This is the wheel's backspace. Backspace refers to how much space the wheel has. Check out our Wheel Fitment Guide.

What is the bolt pattern of a wheel?

Bolt Patterns are diameters of imaginary circles that pass through the center of the bolt holes. See our Vehicle Bolt Pattern Reference Guide.

What is backspacing of a wheel?

The distance from the mounting surface to the back of the wheel. Check out our Wheel Fitment Guide.

What is the offset of a wheel?

The distance from the centerline of the wheel to the face of the mounting surface of the wheel that contacts the hub. A simple way to understand offset is the lower the offset, the more the wheel will stick out; likewise, the higher the offset, the more the wheel will tuck in. Check out or Offset information page.

Are TIS Wheels rugged enough for real off-road terrain?

Yes, TIS wheels are built with durability in mind, so they should be able to handle light off-road duty without any problems. Off-road terrain can be unpredictable and harsh, so it's important to choose a wheel that can handle whatever you encounter.

Can I Finance TIS Wheels?

Yes, Check out our Wheels and Tires Financing options.

Are TIS Wheels good?

Yes, TIS Off-Road wheels are very high-quality wheels that can withstand driving damage on a daily basis. TIS Wheels has swiftly become well-liked by offering them what they desire. TIS Wheels has a clear edge over its rivals thanks to its attention to the needs of the customer.

What is TIS Wheels known for in the automotive industry?

In the automobile sector, TIS Wheels is recognized for its superior TIS dually wheels, stunning TIS chrome wheels, and brash TIS black wheels, which offer sturdiness, luxury, and aggressive aesthetics.

What types of vehicles are TIS Wheels designed for?

For off-road and 4x4 vehicles, such as Jeep Wranglers, GMC Denalis, Dodge Ram pickups, Chevy Silverados, and other light trucks, medium-duty trucks, SUVs, and UTVs, TIS Offroad manufactures aftermarket wheels and rims.

Are TIS Wheels available in different sizes and finishes?

In order to accommodate varied vehicle types and tastes, TIS Wheels are indeed offered in a range of sizes and finishes.

What materials are TIS Wheels made from, and how does that affect performance?

Aluminum alloy, which combines strength and weight for better performance, including increased handling, less brake heat, and corrosion resistance, is often used to make TIS Wheels.