New Black Ice Finish For Nine-Spoke Harley-Davidson Wheels

Harley-Davidson launches a proprietary treatment called “Black Ice” producing a highly reflective surface with incredible depth. The new Nine-Spoke Cast Wheel in Black Ice (P/N 43300114 17-inch front, P/N 40900111 16-inch rear; $549.95 each) is the latest custom wheel set from Harley-Davidson®.

While Black Ice may look like it is black chrome, it is not a chrome process. Styled to match the popular Nine-spoke design featured on traditional Touring models, these wheels are manufactured with special tooling developed specifically to give a near-perfect finish without the waves created when polishing the Original Equipment cast wheel.

The rib on the Original Equipment wheel spoke has been removed to provide a smooth uninterrupted look and countless hours of polishing result in a superior finish. Fits 2009-later Touring models (except Trike). It also fits 2009-2011 Sidecars. he Black Ice finish is also now offered on the Airstrike custom wheel for many Harley-Davidson Touring models, and on the Reaper custom wheel for many Harley-Davidson Dyna models. At your Harley-Davidson dealer.

3 Responses to “New Black Ice Finish For Nine-Spoke Harley-Davidson Wheels”

  1. 1 SIGFREED Apr 28th, 2012 at 7:00 am

    Pretty cool.., oops, that slipped out.., well that as well… Okay I will stop it.

  2. 2 Doc Robinson Apr 28th, 2012 at 8:19 am

    I just fitted the H-D Agitator Black Ice wheels to my 2012 Road Glide and the finish is sensational. Depending upon the light, the wheels can look as if they are show chromed or otherwise look like black chrome, which as Cyril has pointed out they are not. I tried to find out about the process used only to be stone walled. Maybe a blog reader has the inside info?

  3. 3 Lori Bright Apr 28th, 2012 at 10:08 am

    These Black Ice Rims are sweet, I bet they would look awesome on my husbands Road Glide. It has large metalic flakes on burnt orange paint. It also has black skulls hand painted on it!!

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