American Force Wheels will be arriving at SEMA in Las Vegas, Nov. 5 to 8, in full force with multiple booths and a variety of trucks showcasing the company's popular and new wheel designs. American Force is in booth #47055, on the lower level of south hall, and also has two outside display areas in the parking lot in front of south hall (#63112 and #63218).
"We want attendees to get a feel for our industry-leading company and experience the creative designs and projects we've been working on. From our new 17- and 18-inch wheel sizes to our new, patent-pending face plate inserts, we're expanding our product line to appeal to Jeep, SUV and half-ton truck owners," said Ray Shadravan, president, American Force Wheels. "We're highlighting our most stylish wheels, debuting new designs and allowing customers to see what our products would look like on their trucks and SUVs at SEMA."
The outside American Force display areas in front of south hall, will include a lounge area, with a seating area, where guests can relax. Well-known East Coast disc jockey, Dutty Dex, will be in the outside display area on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
"Show attendees will be able to indulge in everything American Force offers. There will be a free T-shirt station, where people can choose from various American Force logo designs and receive their shirts during the show," said Shadravan. "We will also be beta testing our new American Force app for the iPhone(r) and iPad(r), which allows enthusiasts to choose a vehicle and place an American Force wheel on the picture to visualize what their truck or SUV would look like with our products, share and save the results."
There will be several wheel stands that will display the new face plate inserts. The inserts allow customers to further customize their wheels by providing inserts that can be painted, power coated, airbrushed or wrapped, by the customer, and are directly bolted on to the front of the wheel.
American Force Wheels will be well represented throughout SEMA and will have more than a dozen high-profile project trucks in the company's outside display. Among the featured vehicles are trucks by builders, including:
* 2008 Ford F-350 with 24"X14" Master wheels
* 2013 Toyota Tundra with 24"X14" Nightmare wheels
* 2011 Toyota Tundra with 24"X14" Fallout wheels
* 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 with 24"X14" Vector wheels
* 2013 Dodge Ram 3500 with 24"X8.25" Independence wheels
* 2013 Ford F-250 trophy truck with 24"X14" Nightmare wheels
* Realtree's(r) 2013 Dodge Ram 2500 with 20"X12" Evade wheels
* 2013 Ford F-450 with 22"X8.25" King wheels
* 2013 Ford F-350 with 22"X8.25" Vice wheels
* 2013 Dodge 2500 with 24"X14" Nightmare wheels
* 2014 Dodge 2500 with 24"X14" Vector wheels
* 2013 Dodge 3500 with 24"X8.25" E-Clip wheels
The inside booth space will showcase many wheel designs, the new face plate series, the multi-piece series and feature Ravi Toor's 2013 Dodge Ram 2500 with 24"X16" Bones wheels, Josh Patterson's 2013 Jeep JK Wrangler with 24"X14" Vector wheels and Sean O'Hara's 2013 Ford F-450 with 24"X8.25" Weapon wheels.
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