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Choosing the right replacement wheels for your vehicle is an important task, as using wheels that are of an improper fit or size can be detrimental to a variety of other parts on your vehicle, in addition to damaging the tires and wheels and interfering with handling. Wheels of the wrong size can disrupt transmission timing and function and damage the brake system, as well as some of the computer controls in the vehicle. It is also necessary to give consideration to the overall purpose of the vehicle, or the most typical of your driving circumstances, when choosing new wheels for that vehicle. For example, a vehicle that spend a good deal of time in off-road adventuring, exploring rough trails, would not be best served by aluminum wheels, despite their attractive appearance. Aluminum wheels tend to be more brittle, more easily damaged by the blows that could be expected off-roading, with flying rock and the like. Aluminum wheels, however, are built for speed, as aluminum is much lighter than the steel wheels that are more appropriate for off-roading than racing. Aluminum wheels also resist corrosion to a higher degree than do steel, and are an excellent choice for luxury vehicles, or those more appreciated for their style, tending to be infrequently driven over rough terrain. Alloy wheels are a great all around type of wheel, versatile in function and generally pretty durable. We feature a broad selection of wheels of different sorts for a variety of applications in our online catalog, readily available and easily ordered.

Buying Guides

Boost Your Vehicle with the Best Wheel and Tire Package

Wheels and tires are often taken for granted and overlooked on a per day basis, but these parts actually demand more attention and maintenance than most of the other parts on your vehicle. Even though you have an excellent engine and well-maintained exterior, driving your car to your destination would be impossible if not for your wheels and tires. Unfortunately, the set on your vehicle doesn't last too long and will normally demand for a replacement. This is where the useful tips in finding the best wheel and tire package for your needs and preferences come in.

Know the reason you're buying a new package

Other than to replace the old and damaged wheels and tires on your car or truck, changing them and buying new ones are caused by certain factors.

  • To assemble a vehicle: A new set of wheels and tires is essential when assembling your own vehicle, of course. If this is the main purpose, you have several options available on the market today. You can opt for the new, aftermarket products or go for the used wheel and tire package sold by fellow DIY car enthusiasts.
  • To maintain vehicle condition: Even if either the wheels or tires aren't fully damaged, replacing the entire set is encouraged. Only replacing one tire or wheel and keeping the rest the same will affect your vehicle's performance in the long run. Therefore, changing all wheels and tires at the same time—even if only one is worn out—is the smarter move.
  • To upgrade overall look: Other than performance, the aesthetics of your vehicle is a major factor to most car and truck owners. The finish and quality of the wheel and tires do add to the visual appeal of the vehicle.

Know the right size for your vehicle

Wheels and tires come in different sizes. This is the reason installing a smaller-sized wheel as compared to the original one will result in a poor fit. This will also take a toll on the driving performance and could lead to road accidents due to difficulty in driving.

Know for what purpose the wheels and tires are

Different types and finish, which serve distinct functions, are available today. Gone are the days when a universal kind of wheels and tires can be used for all terrain and purpose.

  • Daily street drive: Alloy wheels are preferred if you intend to drive around the city only. They boost your vehicle's look and provide sturdy support for everyday use. They also weigh less than the other kinds and are known for giving better brake clearance. Alloy wheels, however, need proper maintenance to avoid damaging the finish due to certain weather and driving conditions.
  • Winter climate: If you live in an area where winter happens regularly, using steel wheels is advised. Not only do they cost less as compared to alloy wheels, they also fulfill the fundamental needs of beginners and experienced drivers.
  • Off-road terrain: Wheels and tires for off-road terrains are different from the regular street tires in terms of construction and materials. The set for uneven terrains and harsh conditions should support heavier load and have stiffer sidewalls to get the job done. Meanwhile, the tread patterns have wider space in between to give enough traction when driving in mud and snow.

Repair Guides

Taking Care of Your Wheels: Helpful Tips

Caring for your car's wheels is pretty easy. You have to consider the material that your wheels are made of, however, as different kinds of wheels require different caring techniques.

All wheels must be regularly cleaned. Regardless of the material your wheels are made of, soapy water and a soft sponge should be good enough when cleaning them. Rinse with clean water. You should dry them off with a soft cloth to prevent water spots from forming on their surface.

Of course, it gets trickier if your wheels get scratched or dented. Since a majority of vehicles come with painted steel or aluminum alloy wheels, we'll focus on repairing those types of wheels in this guide. Here are the tools you need and the steps to follow to get your automative rims and wheels back in great shape in no time.

Difficulty level: Easy

Tools that you'll need:

  • Lug wrench
  • Jack stands
  • Spot putty
  • Scratch filling primer
  • Wheel paint (that matches your wheel's color)
  • Clear paint
  • Masking tape
  • Sandpaper (240 and 400-grit)

Step 1: Park the vehicle in a safe and level place. Use your jack to raise it then rest it on jack stands. Use the lug wrench to loosen the lug nuts on the wheel. Slowly slide the wheel off and rest it on the ground right-side up.

Step 2: Clean the wheel using soapy water and a soft sponge. Scrub all the dirt away. Use paint thinner to clean the damaged area.

Step 3: Prepare the wheel for sanding. Use masking tape to cover the area where the wheel and the tire meet. You should also completely cover the tire to stop it from getting painted on.

Step 4: Use 240-grit sandpaper to sand the damaged area. Apply putty over the damaged area and wait for it to dry completely. Use 400-grit sandpaper to sand over the area with the putty. Sand until the putty is flush with the surface of the wheel.

Step 5: Spray primer on repaired area. Let it dry then sand with 400-grit sandpaper. Clean off overspray with a rag.

Step 6: Spray some paint over the repaired area. Wait for it to dry completely. Apply clear coat and wait to dry.

After this, your tire will look as good as new.

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