New Steel Wheels for Jeeps

Since WWII, the Jeep has been an American off-road icon. In fact, it could possibly be the single most modified vehicle in the United States. Most Jeep owners want to customize their ride to their liking and needs. This almost always includes a new set of wheels. For years we have heard the demand for a basic black steel wheel. We hear you loud and clear and...  Read More

Black Rock Steel Wheels Now Available for Trucks

Looking for more than an aluminum alloy option for your truck? We are pleased to announce the addition of Black Rock wheels to our inventory. With Black Rock now available to customers, there are sixteen new styles to choose from for your Jeep, SUV or lifted truck.   Steel wheels are a cost effective and popular option for consumers looking for off-road...  Read More

What is Rim Offset?

Many drivers call or email us to ask about offset. They want to know what it means and how it affects the wheel options we list on our site. Rim or wheel offset is the distance from the centerline of the wheel to its mounting surface. Offset is measured in millimeters and can be a positive, negative or zero designation.   Zero offset indicates the mounting...  Read More

What Size Rims or Wheels Fit My Car?

Upgrading the wheels on a car is one of the most popular modifications drivers like to make. It allows you to add a personal touch, while also helping it stand out in a crowd. What wheels will fit on your car? Simple. Just use our shop by vehicle feature and we'll show options that are guaranteed to fit your vehicle. In some situations, our site will also let...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the BFGoodrich Radial T/A

Bought the BF Goodrich Radial T/A tire for my GMC Sierra 1500 2WD standard cab stepside pickup as a replacement for Goodyear Eagle GT tires that I religiously ran on for many years (only to learn that Goodyear stopped making that tire in a 15 when it came time to replace them.) I wanted the White Letter tire and as many of you are finding out, 15 RWL this is...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor

I have had these tires on my truck for 2 years and 50,000 miles on them. I still have plenty of tread on them left. I should be able to get 75,000 miles no problem. I think these tires are great. I like how the sidewall sticks out slightly more then the rims to protect them. I would put this tire in the buy category   Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Altimax Arctic

This is my second set of these tires. My first set I had on an Acura RSX and they handled amazingly well with that car. So I purchased for my new FWD Mazda 3 Hatchback and mounted them on my stock rims. These tires are amazing in the snow. The car handles like an AWD car now with these tires.I did some winter camping with friends that had 4WD trucks and...  Read More

Get a Great Tire and Save Money with Closeout Fuzion Tires

When it comes to maintaining your vehicle, everyone wants to save money without compromising safety. That's why we test tires and currently provide over 2.8 billion miles of customer feedback to help you select the right tire. With many different options to choose from, you're likely to find an option that works for you and your budget. In addition to these...  Read More

Where Do I Find the Load Rating?

The load range branded on a tire's sidewall helps identify how much load the tire is designed to carry at its industry specified pressure. A good rule of thumb is that the Load Index of your new tires be equal to or greater than the Load Index of the Original Equipment. In most cases, passenger vehicles will use one of three different ratings: Standard Load -...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber AT 2

I researched several weeks on tire reviews and tests on the A/T class of tires, the General Grabber AT2 were ranked very high....This particular tire had a very good price and great reviews so i thought what the heck I'll try them out.....I would have to say they are way better than i expected! I thought the original tires that came with the truck (Goodyear...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Parada Spec-X

I purchased these tires when upgrading my 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer to the 20 rims. I have used Yokohama in the past and am consistently happy with the price/performance factor. These tires are wearing wonderfully, I do rotate them every 10,000 though. They are quiet, and not harsh riding, the sidewall has some give.It's an SUV- so as you could expect, I...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Grabber HTS

General Tire has always been a brand I wouldn't even consider. My notion of General was they're cheap-black-and round, they hold air and will probably dry rot off the rims long before the tread wears out.So far so good, the traction is very good in the dry and excellent in the wet which is probably my biggest concern here in Florida with our summer...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone FR710

I was not happy Toyota went to the 17 rim. It is difficult to find tires. Most in that size are SUV, off road or truck. I have a 2011 Sienna LE FWD. These are OEM tires. After 30,000 miles they are almost down to the treadbar. They now hydroplane badly, but are still ok in dry conditions. Road noise was medium and dependent on material in road (Asphalt...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Continental CrossContact LX20 with EcoPlus Technology

These tires are excellent. The OEM BF Goodrich were horrible. I then went to a set of Fusion's which looked really great with the flame sidewall and rode and handled ok. These tires are great. The ride is much better, quiter and softer but responsive. They handle well in the rain also. I have them blackwall out since my truck is black and chrome. I also went...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S

Years ago I had a work truck, Chevy Silverado 2wd that I used in residential construction. I was SO impressed with this tire overall that when my '09 Dodge Ram 4x4 hit 40,000 miles the factory GY Wrangler HP's were toast. It is shamefull that a loaded 4x4 truck came with a glorified passenger tire, but it did and I never liked them. Sure the ride on dry...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Firestone Destination M/T

I did a lot of research before buying these tires because of the high cost of tires theses days, and I'm glad I did. I'm 42 and have always had mud tires on a truck or 4x4 and I can honestly say that these were SIGNIFICANTLY BETTER Than all the others I've had including Cooper STTs, BFG A/Ts, Super swampers, Dunlops, and whatever else I can't remember.These...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Yokohama Parada Spec-X

When I upgraded my 2012 Chevrolet Equinox for the 17 Goodyear tires and factory rims I want to go big so I went to a 22 set. I researched online every tire that is manufactured in the size P255/35/22. My first set of tires were Toyo Proxes TR-4. These tires were noisy and rough riding. I hated these tires so much I swapped them out only after 100 miles for a...  Read More

Wheel Spotlight: KMC XD Series Rockstar

The Rockstar has been one of the most popular wheels in the KMC XD Series lineup. Its classic five-spoke design combines with a deeply concave face and unique 'floating' center cap for a look that is both distinctive and aggressive. Having seen these wheels on trucks in our parking lot, I can definitely say they stand out. Available to fit a wide variety of...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Pirelli Scorpion ATR

These tires came standard on my '07 F150 King Ranch with 20 rims. As others have mentioned, around the 4000 mile mark and in January, I noticed a slight vibration during cold days. This lasted considerably longer than a few minutes or a few miles. More like 30 minutes or 30+ miles. I think they develop a flat spot that tends to take a while to work itself...  Read More

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Bridgestone Blizzak W965

I had Bridgestone Blizzak Winter Duelers before the W965's on dedicated winter rims and I was hoping to get a couple more seasons out of them by going with a truck tire. The W965's are a true truck tire - lots of steel belts, a great load rating, heavy, and very deep tread. I think they are better suited for a plowtruck with a sander on the back. They did...  Read More