How To Measure Your Bolt Pattern

August 30th, 2016

It’s common for customers to need to know the bolt pattern of their OEM wheels in order to figure out if another set of rims will fit on their vehicle. Is there a way to do this without calling the dealer or looking it up? Yes there is!

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Front-Wheel Drive vs. Rear-Wheel Drive

August 26th, 2016

It’s pretty amazing just how differently cars can be made… thankfully, these two driving systems aren’t nearly as easy to mix up as four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. That said, what are the differences between front-wheel drive (FWD) and rear-wheel drive (RWD)? Why would someone want to pick one over the other? Does it even […]

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Four-Wheel Drive vs. All-Wheel Drive

August 24th, 2016

Four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive are terms that can easily be mixed up. They sound similar, but they aren’t the same thing.

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A Warehouse Tour!

August 12th, 2016

  Hey guys! So, you get your wheels delivered straight to you… which is great! But, do you ever wonder where it all starts? Where all the magic happens? Well, you don’t have to wonder for much longer because we have a cool video for you today showcasing our warehouse! We work hard to make […]

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Alloy vs. Steel Wheels

August 5th, 2016

  So, you’re looking to get a different set of OEM wheels. Since you’re on a website that specializes in selling stock rims, I’d say you’re off to a good start! Maybe you know exactly what you want; a freshly reconditioned set to replace your current 2007 Dodge Charger factory rims… that sounds nice. Or […]

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Spokes on Alloy Wheels

July 29th, 2016

  Identifying how many spokes your factory wheels have! Sometimes, this is a simple task… but it can get a little complicated, too. Let the OEM wheel experts help you out a bit!

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Gas Octane Ratings

July 21st, 2016

  You know those buttons you push at the gas station with the numbers on them (87, 89, 91-93)? If you’re like me, you probably pick 87 because it’s the least expensive. Hey, no shame in saving money! However, do we know if that’s the right grade for our cars? Would your car benefit from […]

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Synthetic Oil vs. Conventional Oil

July 14th, 2016

This week, we’re gonna have synthetic oil and conventional oil duke it out. If you think like me, maybe this already crossed your mind: synthetic oil sounds like it wouldn’t be as good. I associate the word “synthetic” with “fake” or “unnatural,” so it has a negative connotation to me. I wouldn’t want to feed […]

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What Are Staggered Wheels?

July 7th, 2016

  When our customers call to purchase OEM wheels for their vehicle, sometimes we’ll ask them if their wheels are staggered or not. Many times, customers are unaware of what staggered means, much less know that their car has them! It all has to do with the size of the wheels. On most cars, both […]

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Lug Nut Styles

June 29th, 2016

  Lug nuts are what your OEM rims need in order to stay on your vehicle. You don’t want them to come off while driving! That would be… bad, to say the least. Unfortunately, manufacturers decided to make wheels with several different styles of lug nuts. If you’re planning to purchase some wheels, you might […]

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