FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW DOES IT WORK?

We all understand that when we want to buy forged wheels there are many questions. Our company Bonapart Wheels provides a lot of information for you and we are trying to make the whole process much easier. This information about where the product is made and what we offer for you can be found in the section below. In addition, there are answers to frequently asked questions, but if you did not find the answer to your question, please contact us at info@bonapartwheels.com and we answer!

Ordering

How do I purchase a set of Bonapart Wheels?

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How does the Bonapart wheel ordering process work?

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What is the lead time for a set of Bonapart wheels?

Lead times set of wheels Bonapart usually between 4 and 6 weeks, delivered, throughout the year. During this period, please contact us with any questions, we will answer all!

Do my wheels come with center caps? What center cap options do I have?

All Bonaparte wheels come with milled Bonapart center caps and valve stems in the same style as your main wheels. But if you want the center caps to be made in a different style, just let us when ordering. We also offer OEM center cap machining. This means your Bonapart wheels would be machined to accept the center caps right out of your OEM wheels. The OEM center cap machining does incur a $100 per wheel upcharge.

Do my wheels come with valve stems?

Yes, all Bonapart wheels come with our low profile stainless steel valve stems.

Manufacturing

Where are Bonapart wheels manufactured?

All Bonaparte wheels are manufactured in our modern enterprise which is located in Changhua City, Taiwan. We use professional equipment such as two 10,000 ton forging presses; heat-treat equipment, 30+ mills/lathes and all finishing equipment. Bonapart North America, are the sole North American distributor of the Bonapart wheel line.

What is the difference between a Bonapart monoblock wheel and a Bonapart modular (2-piece) wheel?

The difference between a Bonapart monoblock wheel and a Bonapart modular wheel is the construction. The one-piece Bonapart wheel is a solid piece of aluminum 6061-T6, and the modular wheel consists of two parts 6061-T6 aluminum: the center and the barrel. For all modular wheels, the central part is attached to the flange located on the / barrel with stainless steel mounting brackets. XC series (non-extended spoke) designs are only offered with exposed hardware whereas all Performance, SL and SL2 series (extended spoke) designs are all offered with hidden hardware with most also being offered with exposed hardware.

How is concavity and/or lip size determined for my Bonapart wheel build? Can I pick what concavity and/or lip size I want?

According to the standard used maximum concavity of the wheels and lip size at the given specs with the given brake clearance needed factored in to the build. Concavity and/or lip size determined by the width and offset of the wheels. There may be differences between the monoblock and the modular design, but we are ready to discuss everything with you!

Do Bonapart wheels only accept one type of lug nut/bolt seat?

Not all. We make our wheels to order so we offer customized options of lug seat machining options such as OEM ball seat machining or 60 degree conical seat machining. We are always ready to answer your questions! You can always find out which type of lug seat are used on your car by emailing us info@bonapartwheels.com or here in the contact form.

Finishing

What finishing options do I have with a Bonapart monoblock wheel vs a Bonapart modular wheel?

We offer various types of coatings: matte, gloss and brushed translucent powder coated finishes. All monoblock wheels can be finished in one single finish. All 2pc modular wheels can be finished in one single center finish and one single barrel finish. We offer a polishing finish for lips and if polished, barrels will be brushed clear by default, or gloss black. All 2pc modular wheels will utilize assembly hardware that will be hidden or exposed and can be finished in one of four finishes, stainless, black, gold or titanium.

Do you offer custom finishes? Can I finish my Bonapart wheels on my own?

We do not offer other finishing options, and use only what we offer, unfortunately. You can process the wheels Bonapart from a third-party manufacturer if you buy them in raw form. If you are interested, you can contact us by e-mail info@bonapartwheels.com or here in the contact form.

Warranty

Do Bonapart wheels carry a warranty?

All our wheels have a lifetime structural warranty and one year warranty. If you want to ask any questions about the warranty, you can do this by writing to us by e-mail info@bonapartwheels.com or here in the contact form. For more information click here.

Media & Sponsorships

Do you offer Bonapart wheel sponsorships?

We cannot offer sponsorship services, unfortunately, but if you have an individual assembly and you are a media person, then we are happy to consider your proposal for possible sponsorship. This offer should be with information about your vehicle and the changes we have made, what events you are going to attend, your social networks. Specify all the details in your car that you want to change. Sponsorship offers can be emailed to us info@bonapartwheels.com

How do I submit photos of my vehicle for the Vehicle Gallery?

You can send all submitted photos from ‘Vehicle Gallery’ on our e-mail info@bonapartwheels.com or here on contact form. All photos should have the maximum possible image and a width of at least 1800 pixels. Please ensure all photos are clean, staged and unwatermarked. Please include the following information with your vehicle photos ; wheel model, wheel finish, wheel diameter, wheel width, tire size, tire brand/model and any additional information you would like. Please understand that we can not always place all the photos of cars, although we really want this. To add your photos you need to wait one or two weeks, understand that photos are not always added.

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