Reviewed By jessica c (new hartford, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Tahoe —12/1/2016 11:56 AM
These are great! Super affordable and look amazing!!
How to properly measure your vehicle’s wheel-size requirements for aftermarket rims.
If there’s one thing that stands out on your car in a bad way, it has to be the cheesy steel wheels it came with from the dealership. So what do you do? Replace them with a set of alloy rims, of course. These wheels are chock full of features and style. Best of all, you can learn all about them in AutoAnything’s guide: What Are Alloy Wheels?
Helpful advice to prep your ride for your first autocross or road course event.
The pros & cons of PVD wheels & chrome wheels, and why PVD is better
Black wheels and custom rims add unique style to your ride with a wide variety of design and size options.
The difference between wheel backspace and offset when shopping for aftermarket wheels.
Step-by-step instructions and supply list for cleaning your vehicle’s wheels at home.
After bolting radical rims on your righteous ride, you need to keep them safe from sticky fingers. We tell you just what you need to put your custom rims on lock down in this guide: What are Wheel Locks.
Learn how to measure your vehicle's bolt pattern and convert from metric to sae wheel sizes.
Find out what custom rims or chrome wheels can do for you. Don't forget to check out our selection of rims and wheels for your vehicle.