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Vision 85 Soft 8 Wheels Reviews


amazing

Reviewed By Angel F (Capitol, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Tahoe —7/29/2015 8:13 PM

This rims are the best special for white cars they have very nice finished and black shine

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Vision 55 Silver Rally Wheels Reviews


Hard to fit 66 catalina

Reviewed By Michael S (North Lawrence, OH) Reviewed for a 1966 Pontiac Catalina —7/11/2015 7:31 AM

Chevy Rallys are my favorites! They look wonderful on the 66. They look great in fit & finish, even without rings & caps. I could find anything even close to the price &FREE SHIPPING! DOUBLE EXELLANT !!

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Vision 84 D-Window Wheels Reviews


Happy with the results

Reviewed By David L (BUDA, TX) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-250 —7/1/2015 8:23 PM

I'm happy with the looks of the wheels on my old 1997 F250 work truck. They beat the heck out of the rusty old white originals or the goofy looking hubcaps. We'll see how they hold up after a Montana winter. I really wanted a black wheel that I could pain in the event that they get salt damage and I think these were the deal. Price was right too!

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Helpful Steel Wheels & Rims Articles

  • May

    2015

    What Are Alloy Wheels?

    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?