What Type of Factory Used Wheels & Used Rims Do You Have?

February 26th, 2010

It’s a simple question, right?  Well, a couple of months ago I would have said, “What do you mean?  I have the regular Toyota Camry wheels on my car , not chrome?  Are there more than one type?”  It wasn’t until recently that I found out that there are different types of factory original rims.  To tell you the truth, I’d never realized how important my OEM wheels are to my car’s performance and handling.  Since this is such an important function of your car, I thought you should know about some of the options available to you like alloy and steel rims.

Alloy Wheels – A lot of people prefer alloy wheels because of their stylish appearance and the fact that they’re light weight.  Unfortunately, they’re more vulnerable to theft and wear and tear from road and weather conditions.

Steel Rims – Although steel wheels are heavier and not so good with heat conduction, they’re still very dependable when it comes to vehicle maintenance.  Steel rims cost less and can easily be updated with wheel covers.

You can visit us at  OriginalWheels.com to locate alloy wheels, steel rims, and compact spares for your car or truck.



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