Get the Facts About Wheels
What they do: spin your vehicle's tires. They do it by rotating on axles. This builds the necessary mechanical leverage and multiplies the requisite force.
What they're made of: most of the time, a metal like steel, an alloy such as aluminum, or a high-strength polymer like carbon fiber (also called graphite fiber).
The sizes available: many. They're measured in diameters. Some are as small as 14 inches (in the case of a lot of compact cars) and others are as large as 20 inches or more (in the case of some trucks and SUVs).
The styles available: that depends on several determinants -- among them, single-, twin-, or multi-spoke status, how many spokes the wheels have, and the climate and/or type of weather they're made for.
The colors available: too many to be named. Manufacturers and aftermarket brands do design their wheels matched to specific models, though.
Why buy genuine OEM wheels: they'll be the right type and size for your brand and model. Relatedly, putting the right wheels on helps ensure correct alignment, acceleration, braking, overall handling, and speedometer calibration.
Where to order replacement wheels online: from our auto parts store. Browsing our catalog by make, model, and year is the best way to find what's compatible with what you drive. Buy them now, and we'll ship them straight to your door. Just be sure you remember the wheel locks, lug nuts, TPMS sensors, or other wheel accessories you need for the job.
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