New Flare 5 Design Forged Wheel By Arlen Ness

Arlen Ness Enterprises informed its dealers that over the past two years the company has been developing its own new forged wheel line with new designs. Shown here is the The FLARE 5 the first design in the Ness premium wheel series, with sculpted CNC features extending from the axle all the way to the outer edge of the rim lip. Its multi-piece design features a radial forged rim, forged hub covers, hidden cartridge hub and spoke mounted 14” rotors for a combo never before seen in the v-twin aftermarket.

Precision machined from radial forged 6061-T6 aluminum for maximum road durability. Structurally tested to meet or exceed DOT, JAS and TUV international load ratings. Hidden hub design features a single piece cartridge type hub that includes both pre-set bearings. Available in chrome or black anodize finish. Matching floating performance 14″ rotors are also available. Forged hub covers are specially designed to bring full 3D styling from the bearing in the hub to the outer edge of the rim lip. Arlen Ness.

6 Responses to “New Flare 5 Design Forged Wheel By Arlen Ness”

  1. 1 Doc Robinson Nov 5th, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Wow, these wheels are especially elegant and let me tell you if you have not tried the Ness large rotors you are missing a treat. Superb two-finger braking like you wouldn’t believe.

  2. 2 bigitch Nov 5th, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    and the price is way over $1000 ea.

  3. 3 Glennrock Nov 6th, 2017 at 8:21 am

    Very nice……does anyone know who is making these for Arlen? They look like a premium Performance Machine wheel. Reminds me of PM’s Contour line of wheels. I like it!

  4. 4 Jeff Duval Nov 6th, 2017 at 9:08 am

    Glad to see the Old Firm wising up… I will probably use a set of these on a twin tail dragger Ness frame recently bought on eBay… “honi soit qui mal y pense” as they say!!! 🙂

  5. 5 Susan LaDuke Nov 6th, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    Fabulous looking but super pricey!

  6. 6 Roberto Nov 6th, 2017 at 5:48 pm

    Does it weigh less than the Oem?

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