ProCross Design Forged Wheel By Arlen Ness

Another new design in Arlen Ness forged wheel line is the race inspired ProCross model. Lightweight yet engineered to perform and handle anything the road wants to throw at you. 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
Hub design features a cartridge type hub that includes both bearings that are pre-set and ready to install in minutes. Available in chrome or black anodize finish

Cartridge design hub features both wheel bearings pre-set in one hub for optimum radial and lateral runout accuracy. Hub kits mount to your Ness rims in minutes and offer excellent flexibility for factory or custom application. Lightweight coped design provides form and function. All hubs are available in chrome or black anodized finishes. Matching 2-piece floating brake rotors are also available in 11.5″ and 11.8″ size. Arlen Ness

8 Responses to “ProCross Design Forged Wheel By Arlen Ness”

  1. 1 BobS Nov 27th, 2017 at 10:15 am

    Nice looking wheel and happy to see forged wheels coming to cruisers. Now that Harley is making a cruiser capable of becoming a performance cruiser I can offer some tips of what riders of bikes like mine look for in an aftermarket wheel. Weight reduction is priority number one, then we go for looks. So in order to sell the higher price of forged, I’d really like to know how much weight I’m saving for the extra cost. I realize this is difficult to compare to all the different cast and billet options, but anything would be helpful. How does it compare to a stock Softail wheel? Or maybe a similar size and style of cast or billet?

  2. 2 Francesco Nov 27th, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    Belles roues comme toujours chez Arlen Ness!!du beau travail!!

  3. 3 bigitch Nov 27th, 2017 at 5:02 pm

    love it when people write in a foreign language.

    i get to use my translator app on my phone

  4. 4 Mark Nov 27th, 2017 at 5:11 pm


    Do you know how to call somebody speaking 3 languages? Trilingual.
    Do you know how to call somebody speaking 2 languages? Bilingual.
    Do you know how to call somebody speaking only 1 language? An American.

  5. 5 Taco Kustoms Originals Nov 27th, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    I have all the respect in the world for the Ness family and am grateful for their accomplishments and how they have paved the way for custom builders like myself., but I am extremely disappointed in this release as they are almost an exact replica as the design that Paul from Lyndall Brakes and Wheels released earlier in the year. The wheels were actually unveiled in person on the bike I built for the MOTORCYCLES AS ART exhibit. Not trying to piss any one off, but this sucks for the small guys trying to make it in the industry who are designing their own parts.

  6. 6 Pat h Nov 27th, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    At the end of the day ness Lyndahl carrozza marchenzzi oz ect. none of them created the wheel some caveman who only spoke one language did, spelling is incorrect on some names above so please don’t correct although it is comical, I don’t think ness is gonna steal sales from Lyndahl who makes nice products but theres only so much that can be done with a design that hasn’t been done before

  7. 7 Pat h Nov 27th, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    Ok since I can’t edit my last post Yes the wheels are real close(a little to close) to the Lyndahl wheels except for some edge ball milling also Tacos Kustoms nice bike(I Google tacos kustoms nice rigs) they say imitation is the greatest form of flattery I’m sure Lyndahl will come out ok anybody who doesn’t know them look um up real nice brake products

  8. 8 58_pan Nov 28th, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    When the leader becomes the follower…

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