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May 25th, 2012

We love to hear from our customers about their experiences with us. The best way for us to improve our customer service is to know if our customers feel we did a good job or if they feel we need to improve on any aspect. We will always try to address any customer complaints or […]

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About OriginalWheels.com

July 15th, 2011

Searching for an awesome place that sells OEM Wheels is no longer difficult ! OriginalWheels.com has amazing Factory OEM Wheels , extraordinary Original Rims, and blogs that are never boring to read (;

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Wheel Care for the Winter

December 3rd, 2013

Winter can be one of the harshest times of the year for your wheels. If you live in a temperate climate you may not have very many issues with corrosion on your rims, but if you live somewhere that snows it can be very important to take good care of your wheels. Many places with […]

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What is hyper silver vs. regular silver wheel paint?

August 22nd, 2012

Regular Silver or Hyper Silver – Which Is Your Wheel? When it comes to wheel colors there can be a lot of confusion. Along with the machined and polished there are also many variations of painted finishes. One of the most confusing is the standard or regular silver vs. the hyper silver. The reason these […]

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What is the Difference Between Chrome and Polished Rims?

July 24th, 2012

Chrome vs. Polished Finish on Wheels Wheels come in many finishes. Some of them are easy to tell apart, like black vs. silver, but others become much more confusing especially when attempting to describe the difference. One of these times that the finish can become confusing is when trying to tell the difference between a […]

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Factory Chrome Wheels or Dealer Chrome

June 25th, 2012

There is often a lot of confusion for people when it comes to chrome wheels. When people go shopping for a car at the dealership they usually assume that whatever they purchase came straight from the factory. That isn’t always the case! Many dealers will actually do some custom upgrades of their own to increase […]

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What is a Cladded Chrome Wheel?

June 15th, 2012

The Change from Chrome Dipped to Chrome Clad Rims Many people have started noticing in recent years that their GMC and Dodge trucks are now coming with these things call “chrome clad” or “cladded chrome” wheels. At a glance it looks just like the chrome wheels you’re used to, but to the touch it feels […]

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The Difference Between Steel and Alloy Wheels

June 6th, 2012

The main and most obvious difference between the two different types of wheels is the material they are made of. A steel rim is just that, a rim made of steel. An alloy rim is made of a mixture of metal alloys, mainly aluminum, although there are some older wheels made of magnesium. The Advantages […]

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How to Determine Your Rim Size

June 1st, 2012

Here at OriginalWheels.com we help people determine which wheel they need for their car every day. This biggest question is always determining what size of rim they have on their vehicle. Your first though when someone asks you what size something is would be to go out and measure it. Unfortunately when determining the size […]

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What Does Hubcentric Mean?

May 22nd, 2012

Hub centric refers to when the centerbore of a wheel fits perfectly over the mounting hub of the vehicle. Many factory wheels are designed with such close specifications that even a small amount of overspray from refinishing a wheel can cause the wheel not to mount. A simple solution to this problem if you ever […]

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What is TPMS?

May 16th, 2012

Here at OriginalWheels.com we get asked all the time by customers, “What does TPMS mean?” or “What is TPMS?” TPMS quite literally means Tire Pressure Monitoring System and if your car was made in the last 5 years it definitely has it, you may have just not realized what it was. There are two different […]

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