The handling can be improved by running larger wheels on your Custom. Generally larger Custom wheels mean that you will run a lower profile tire and usually a wider tire. The low profile tire often performs better when cornering and braking, as tire roll is greatly reduced.
Extremely large wheels are heavier and can increase braking distances. However, Status will always endeavor to keep the wheels as light as possible without compromising the strength of the wheel.
THE WARRANTY ONLY APPLIES TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF A WHEEL AND THE WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE ACTUAL AMOUNT STATUS WAS PAID FOR THE WHEEL.
To submit a wheel for determination of coverage, a distributor must first obtain a Returned Goods Authorization number from an authorized Status salesperson. Wheels sent to Status without first obtaining a Returned Goods Authorization number will be refused and returned to sender. After obtaining the Returned Good Authorization number, THE DISTRIBUTOR WHO PURCHASED THE WHEEL FROM STATUS must send the wheel by freight prepaid, as freight costs, shipping costs and any consequential damages are not covered by the warranty, to Status headquarters in Brea, California for inspection by Status. The invoice of the original purchase must be included with the wheel so Status can verify the wheel is being submitted for coverage under the warranty by the original purchaser. A customer of a distributor cannot directly send a wheel for inspection to Status as Status does not communicate, correspond or deal in any way with the customers of Status's distributors. A wheel submitted to Status by a customer of the distributor will be returned.
After receiving a wheel submitted by a distributor for inspection, Status will inspect the wheel and notify the distributor if the wheel is covered by the warranty. If Status determines the wheel is covered by the warranty, Status will issue a credit note to the distributor for the amount the distributor paid Status for the wheel.