Affordable Aftermarket Wheels

Whether you're looking to improve performance, update the look of your vehicle, or both, there's no better way to start than to install a set of new wheels. For the everyday commuter, they enhance the overall aesthetics of the car. For the weekend track warrior, the correct wheel may help shave those important milliseconds off your lap times.

Choosing the right wheel for the vehicle is paramount. There are several pieces to the puzzle, such as bolt pattern, offset and backspacing. Luckily, we've done all the math for you. Prior to recommending a wheel for your vehicle on our website, we bring an example of that vehicle into our shop for measurement, including clearance against the brake assembly, suspension and fender liner. If the wheel passes the measurement phase, it is then added to the list of available wheels for that vehicle. If a wheel is listed for the car or truck, and the vehicle is factory stock, it is guaranteed to fit.

Items We Measure:

  • Bolt Pattern
  • Centerbore
  • Hub Interference
  • Load Capacity
  • Lug Hardware
  • Suspension Components

Proper fitment engineering allows us to offer Tire & Wheel Packages that are specifically designed for your vehicle. Our attention to detail prevents vibration, wheel/tire interference and unbalanced handling that can result from improperly designed packages.

Comments

Monday, February 22, 2016 by joe

would like to put 17 in. wheels with p265/70r17 tires on 2008 gmc daneli. this is tire on spare tire rim. need better ride than 20 in tires currently on truck
Monday, February 29, 2016 by James Stroll

My 2015 Toyota Corolla came with steel wheels, so I kept them on for my Winter tires. I'll need new tires in the spring. Do I really need new wheels with them?

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