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In today’s marketplace, steel and aluminum are the most common wheel materials. Steel wheels are made in two pieces. The inner piece, which is called the center, bolts on to the car. The outer piece is known as a barrel and receives the tire. The two pieces are welded together to form the wheel. Most original equipment wheels are made this way. Many aftermarket wheels are created this way as well, especially ones made for trucks. Steel is durable and easy to repair. For these reasons, it has remained a popular material for wheel manufacturing. The other material, aluminum, is by far the most popular type of wheel we sell. Its light weight, superior heat dissipation, and seemingly endless design variations make it the material of choice for most buyers. Aluminum wheels can be manufactured in many ways, and each method offers advantages.
First and foremost, wheels are purchased for styling the vehicle. You’ve got to like how they look. Second, decide on the build method and quality. The discussion of manufacturing methods above was intended to inform you of the different ways wheels are made. Choose the manufacturing method you want at the price you are happy with. Finish quality is important, so demand a nicely finished wheel. Finally, decide on the price. We realize there are many tradeoffs between the various features and price and that’s why we carry a wide selection of wheels for every budget.
In most cases, using a spacer (of greater than 3mm thickness) or an adapter means you will be using a wheel that was not designed to fit your vehicle. Unless you get the advice of a professional, this can cause trouble. An incorrectly fit wheel almost always leads to excessive wear on suspension parts, poor ride and potential mechanical failure. In the vast majority of applications, we do not recommend the use of these devices.
Most aftermarket wheels are manufactured with a center hole that will fit a wide range of vehicles. The hub-centric ring is an installation tool used to help hold the wheel perfectly centered during installation. Use of a hub centric ring can help in reducing minor vibrations. Proper installation and torque sequence is required to correctly center a wheel with or without a hub centric ring.
Take the wheel to a dealer for inspection as soon as possible. Following an incident, immediately inspect the wheel for damage. If you see any damage do not drive on the wheel. If you drive the vehicle and notice any vibration, pulling or other sensation previously unnoticed do not drive on the wheel. You should take the wheel to a dealer for inspection whether or not you see damage or feel anything unusual. Your dealer can advise if the wheel(s) needs to be replaced.
Directional tires will have a rotation arrow branded on the tire’s sidewall. The arrow indicates the direction in which the tire should turn. Unless they are dismounted and remounted on their wheels to accommodate use on the other side of the vehicle, directional tires are to be used on one side of the vehicle and are intended to be rotated from the front axle to the rear axle. If different tire sizes are used on the front vs. rear axle, the tires become location-specific and prohibit tire rotation unless remounted.
We have replacement center caps, screws, etc on our accessory website. www.wheelacc.com, you can search via the accessory part number or by wheel style. You can also contact your local authorized dealer to order replacement wheel accessories.
We do not sell direct to the public. You will need to contact your local authorized dealer for pricing and ordering information. We have a dealer locator on our website if you need help finding a dealer near you. We have MSRP pricing for our wheels listed on our website.
Please see the Warranty Page on our website for information on our warranty and how to handle a warranty claim.
We have a configurator on our website that allows you to search for wheels by your vehicle year, make, and model. You can even preview the wheels on an image the vehicle. Click “BROWSE BY VEHICLE” in top navigation.
We have a video that shows how to obtain specific measurements to ensure your custom wheels will fit as expected. To order your custom wheels, visit your local authorized dealer and give them the part number from the product page.
Yes. For an additional charge, any of our wheels can be custom painted. We offer both paint and powdercoating depending on the color and finish requested. Please contact your local dealer to discuss pricing and ordering information.
About Wheel Pros
Wheel Pros is a leading owner, designer, marketer, and distributor of branded aftermarket automotive wheels. Founded in 1995 with two distribution centers, the company today carries proprietary, leading brands that are recognized across all major vehicle segments and are sold through 30 distribution centers in the United States, wholly owned distribution in Canada and Australia and select distributors internationally.
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