Konig Ultraform

The Ultraform is a lightweight, 7-spoke design that has been developed for strength on the track while offering a modern and aggressive look when rolling around town. The Ultraform’s design lends to efficient brake cooling as well as exceptional brake caliper clearance. With widths up to 10.5″ wide, toughening up the stance on many rear wheel drive vehicles is an easy task. Constructed with Flow Forming Technology, the Ultraform is light, strong and contains more elongation and shock resistance than a traditional cast design. The Ultraform is offered in 17×8″, 17×9″, 18×8, 18×8.5″, 18×9″, 18×9.5″, 18×10.5″, 19×8.5″, 19×9″, 19×9.5″, 19×10.5″ and finished in Gloss Graphite or Gold.

MSRP: Starting from $305.00

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