7.The wheel centers are placed...
7.The wheel centers are placed in the CNC mills and machined to the programmed wheel design.
9.After the centers are machined,...
9.After the centers are machined, they are ground down and the edges are rounded depending on the particular wheel design.
10.The wheel hoop is then...
10.The wheel hoop is then spun in the torch to heat up the outer and expand it for wheel-center placement.
11.Next, the centers are put...
11.Next, the centers are put on the assembly table, where the correct backspacing is set on each wheel ordered.
13.After the center is fit,...
13.After the center is fit, the wheel is spun in the truing machine to perfectly round and shape it back to its original form.
14.Once the wheel has cooled,...
14.Once the wheel has cooled, it's placed on the automated welder and the center is welded to the outer.
16.There are several polishing...
16.There are several polishing sequences in the assembly line, but once the wheel is welded, it's set up for final polishing.
17.The wheel is then cleaned...
17.The wheel is then cleaned and ready to be shipped.
18.The final product is an...
18.The final product is an extremely nice wheel made to your exact specifications.
BOYD CODDINGTON WHEELS
Billet Wheel Pros & Cons
* very light
* very strong
* almost unlimited fitments
* one-off wheel possibilities
* can be repaired
* sometimes more expensive than one-piece wheels
* usually need to be custom-ordered