What Do Wheels Do?
They rotate on axles to both build the mechanical leverage and multiply the force necessary to spin tires.
What Can Wheels Be Made of?
Usually, either a metal, an alloy, or a high-strength polymer. That means everything from steel and aluminum alloy to carbon fiber.
What Wheel Sizes are Available?
Smaller cars can have those measuring anywhere from 14 or 15 inches in diameter. Larger SUVs and trucks can have those measuring 20 inches or more in diameter.
What Styles Do Wheels Come in?
That varies by single-, twin-, or multi-spoke status, number of spokes, climate and/or weather type, and more.
What Wheel Colors are Optional?
That depends on the automaker or aftermarket manufacturer. Both offer options that are color-matched to specific models.
What's Most Important When Buying Wheels Online?
Ordering OEM and getting the right type and size for the model you drive. Installing the wrong size (or putting the right size on wrong) can increase your accident risk. This is because compatibility directly determines proper alignment, acceleration, and braking, dependable handling, and correct speedometer calibration.
Why Buy Genuine OEM Wheels?
They're both colorized for your model from the start and custom-fit to it. This makes them more reliable than aftermarket fare, as far as fit and finish are concerned. The same goes for rims and other wheel accessories -- TPMS sensors, lug nuts, wheel locks, and the like.
Where Can I Order Replacement Wheels?
Our online auto parts store. We have a vast selection that you can browse by make, model, and year. Buy now -- we'll ship quickly, directly to your door, and you'll be upgrading your drive in no time.
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